Prem 'Minister Dmitry Medvedev signed a decree which abolished the ban on charter air transportation between Russia and Turkey, introduced 1 December 2015.
According to Interfax, the relevant document published on the website of the Cabinet.
The ban on charter flights canceled on 28 August.
According to the published document, the provisional government decree of November 30 last year, banning charter flights between Russia and Turkey are set out in the new edition: "take additional measures to ensure transport (aviation) safety at carrying out regular air links with Turkey ".
On the eve of the Russian Union of Travel Industry said that the opening of charter connections with Turkey will enable tour operators to reduce the cost of permits in the country by 20-30%.
flights between Russia and Turkey was limited, airlines performed only scheduled flights, while charter flights were banned. This is one of the sanctions taken by Russia after the incident with the Russian Su-24 shot down the Turkish Air Force 24 November last year.