The Russian airline Sibir has resumed scheduled flights from Novosibirsk to Dubai (United Arab Emirates). The company's press service announced on Tuesday that Tu-154M and Tu-204 planes would resume a once-a-week service. The flights were suspended between 9th and 23rd October in connection with the start to US-led military operations in Afghanistan. However, passengers with Sibir tickets in Dubai were able to fly to Moscow with Aeroflot before picking up a connecting flight.
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