The budget airline originally suspended all flights to Russia on 27 February
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi has postponed the resumption of flights between Abu Dhabi and Moscow.
The carrier released a statement regarding the postponement, saying it was a result of industry supply chain limitations and that it would be in place until further notice.
According to the statement: "Passengers with reservations on these flights will be contacted via email and presented their options to obtain refunds in the original method of payment or 120% of the ticket fare in Wizz credit.”
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Wizz Air Abu Dhabi suspended all flights between Abu Dhabi and Moscow on 27 February 2022 after Russia invaded Ukraine. However, earlier this month, the airline announced that it would resume flights between the two cities in October 2022.
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No further clarification has been provided regarding the specific limitations that have caused the postponement of the flight resumption.
The UAE has maintained a neutral position on the conflict and Emirati carriers are among the foreign airlines still operating flights to Russia.
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