Kyrgyzstan will resume domestic flights on June 8
- On June 8, domestic flights will resume in Kyrgyzstan. This was announced at a briefing by First Deputy Prime Minister Kubatbek Boronov.
- According to him, despite the danger of the spread of the virus, airlines were given permission for domestic flights.
- “As you know, on domestic flights, a one-way flight ranges from 30 minutes to 1 hour, so they are less dangerous than if you go by bus or minibus,” he said.
- It is still prohibited to transport passengers by buses and minibuses between regions.