Russian airline Aeroflot will begin operating regular flights to Dresden from Moscow next month.
The city will become the seventh in Germany served by the airline once flights are launched on July 3rd.
Flights will operate on Tuesdays and Fridays, taking off from Moscow at 16:30 (local time) and arriving in Dresden at 17:10 (local time).
Return flights will depart from Germany at 18:10 before touching down in the Russian capital at 22:45.
The new route is expected to prove popular thanks to Dresden’s status as one of Germany’s main industrial, transport and cultural hubs, known throughout Europe for its impressive architecture.
Aeroflot launched its first flights to Dresden in 1972, although the service was suspended in 1993.
The carrier also operates flights to Berlin, Frankfurt, Dusseldorf, Munich, Hamburg and Hannover.
Aeroflot airline recently launched flights to Ovda Airport in Israel, which is located 60km from the holiday destination of Eilat.
Russia’s largest airline now flies to 98 destinations in 48 countries.