In addition to the announced regular flight of Utair, Aeroflot and TUI Russia will connect Moscow and Split with a regular line, which is introducing a new charter flight for the first time this year. Also, this year the airlines connect Moscow with Zagreb and Pula and St. Petersburg with Zagreb. Niamey, one of Russia’s largest airlines, Utair, is introducing a new scheduled airline connecting Moscow and Split. Photo: Utair Flights will be realized from Vnukovo airport by Boeing 737-800 aircraft with 168 seats. The first flight from Moscow is scheduled for June 2, and the line will operate twice a week on Tuesdays and Wednesdays until the end of September. After the daily news that various airlines are canceling or reducing flights in the European sky due to the coronavirus, one good news arrives.