Wizz Air Abu Dhabi, a subsidiary of European low-cost service Wizz Air, will resume flights to Moscow in October from its base at Abu Dhabi Worldwide Airport, the service introduced.
A three way partnership between Wizz Air and state-owned holding firm ADQ, the service will function a every day flight from 3 October, with fares ranging from 359 dirham (€95), in accordance with a Reuters report.
The announcement comes greater than 5 months after the service suspended all providers to Russia following the invasion of Ukraine in February.
Russian airspace stays closed to European carriers, nevertheless UAE-based carriers, together with Emirates, have continued to function providers to Russia.
In response to criticism, the airline mentioned in a press release that “Wizz Air Abu Dhabi is a nationwide UAE service that operates according to the UAE’s nationwide laws” and that its Hungry and UK-based operations had been nonetheless not flying to Russia.