Aeroflot will fly its Airbus A330 aircraft every Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday from Moscow to Goa, offering 268 seats in the business class and 28 in the economy, the statement said.
Celestial Aviation Trading Limited, one of the largest plane-leasing firms, is seeking to confiscate the jet after Russia failed to return its property.
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The flight, scheduled to depart from Colombo's Bandaranaike International Airport to Moscow as not allowed to depart due to an enjoining order issued by the Commercial High Court of Colombo.
Reports from Moscow suggested that the angry Russian government had summoned the Sri Lankan Ambassador to Moscow for an explanation.
Aeroflot had suspended its scheduled international flight operations on March 8 as aircraft lessors had recalled their planes once Russia began its war against Ukraine on February 24.
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Aeroflot said it would cancel return tickets for passengers who are scheduled to depart Russia after March 6 and travel back after March 8.