Russian air carrier S7 Airlines that stopped flights to Tajikistan on Mach 5 reportedly plans to resume flights to Tajikistan beginning on April 3. 

According to S7 Airlines office in Tajikistan, the company plans to operate a once-daily service from the Tajik northern city of Khujand to Moscow starting from April 3.

On April 4, S7 Airlines will resume a twice-weekly service from Dushanbe to the Russian city of Novosibirsk.  The flight will be operated on Mondays and Wednesdays.  

On the same day, the company will resume a once-weekly flight from Dushanbe to Moscow.  The flight will be operated on Wednesdays

On April 5,  the company is expected to resume twice-weekly flights from Novosibirsk to Bokhtar, the capital of the Tajik southern province of Khatlon.  The flight will be operated on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.

Beginning on April 7, S7 Airlines will resume a twice-weekly service from Khujand, the capital of Tajik northern province of Sughd, to the Russian city of Novosibirsk.  The flight will be operated on Thursdays and Sundays.          

S7 Airlines, legally JSC Siberia Airlines is an airline headquartered in Ob, Novosibirsk Oblast, Russia, with offices in Moscow.  It is a member of the Oneworld alliance.  S7 Airlines reportedly operates to almost 150 destinations domestically within Russia and internationally throughout Europe and Asia.  As of January 2022, the S7 Airlines fleet consists of 105 aircraft.

Meanwhile, Western media reports say the fate of hundreds of planes leased by Russian airlines from foreign companies grew murkier on March 14 after Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a law letting the airlines register those planes and continue flying them.

Russian state media reports say the law will let Russian airlines keep their fleets and operate foreign planes on routes within Russia.

According to analytics firm Cirium, Russian airlines have 980 passenger jets in service, of which 777 are leased.  Of them, two-thirds, or 515 jets, are rented from foreign firms.

According to ABC News, aviation consultant IBA says S7 topped all Russian airlines with 101 planes on lease from non-Russian entities as of early March.