Red Wings Airlines will reduce its flight program between Russia and Israel. From November 13, flights to Israel will be operated only from Moscow and Sochi airports, reports “RIA News”.
According to the flight program, on Mondays the company will operate flights on the route Domodedovo – Sochi – Tel Aviv; on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays: Zhukovsky – Sochi – Tel Aviv; on Thursdays: Sochi – Tel Aviv, the agency reports.
On October 7, amid shelling of Israeli territory from the Gaza Strip, Red Wings announced the suspension of air traffic with the country. On October 9, flights were resumed. Later, flights between Makhachkala and Tel Aviv were relaunched.
On October 29, several hundred people broke into Makhachkala Uytash airport. His work was paralyzed. The reason for the action was the arrival of the next Red Wings flight from Tel Aviv to Dagestan. The crowd gathered at the airport demanded that representatives of the “aggressor country” not be allowed into the territory of the republic and chanted slogans in support of Palestine. During the riots, 20 people were injured. According to the latest data, 83 suspects were detained for participating in the protests.
Read more in the article “The Center Takes Charge of the Riots.”