How to fly from Russia to Armenia and then return without problems
Several dozen states are now open for Russians, with some even direct flights have been restored. True, not everything can be visited by a tourist: the rules are constantly changing, they are making specifications. Nevertheless, travelers have a choice. For details on what documents to issue for a trip to different countries, how many coronavirus tests to pass, where to go through quarantine and how not to run into a fine after returning to Russia - in the material of RIA Novosti.
Before traveling to almost all countries, you need to do a PCR test for COVID-19, preferably in a certified laboratory. But the requirements for certificates are different everywhere: somewhere they will ask for a QR code, somewhere - not only the original, but also a copy of the document. It is also worth clarifying in what language it should be issued.
And wherever you go, be sure to take out health insurance, which also covers the costs of treating coronavirus.
In any case, before traveling, find out what rules for tourists are currently in force in your chosen country.
They will require a certificate with a negative PCR test for COVID-19, made no earlier than 72 hours before arrival. It must be in Armenian, Russian or English on the official letterhead of the laboratory, with the details of its director and the examined person, the number of his identity document, with the seal of the organization.
You can take the analysis in Armenia itself - at the airport or at the point of crossing the land border. The approximate cost is 1,500 rubles. But in this case, you will have to self-isolate before receiving a negative result.
Air traffic between our countries was resumed. There are flights from Moscow to Yerevan.
You do not need a passport for the flight; it will be required when crossing the land border.
How to go home
Before returning to Russia, you need to fill out a special form in electronic form on the Unified Portal of Public Services. And on the plane - the arrival form. Also, within 72 hours, already at home, it is necessary to pass a PCR test for coronavirus and upload its results to the "State Services". Otherwise, you face a fine - from 15 to 40 thousand rubles. Rospotrebnadzor asks to observe the self-isolation regime until the laboratory test results are received.