S.-PETERSBURG, 24 Sep. The carrier Lux Express Group resumes bus services between St. Petersburg and Helsinki from October 1, the company said. “The first flight from St. Petersburg to Helsinki will take place on October 1. So far, one departure is scheduled for each direction every day … In the first months at Lux Express expects to bring the bus load up to 60%, and if the route becomes popular, they are ready to increase the number of departures, “the message says. It is noted that the carrier returns to the route after 562 days – due to restrictions caused by the pandemic, buses have not run since March 2020 The flight from St. Petersburg will be the earliest of all operating on the line. Departure time for buses from the city bus station is 6.15. The return flight from Helsinki from the Kamppi bus station is scheduled for 16:15 (after the change to winter time – at 15.15). In Finland, it was proposed to allow the vaccinated “Sputnik V” to enter without tests In Finland, buses will make three intermediate stops – in Vaalimaa, Kotka-Karhula and Helsinki-Vantaa airport. Lux Express Group is a large international bus carrier in the Baltic region with more than 20 directions to 7 countries. The main directions are the capitals of the regions from Tallinn to Warsaw and from St. Petersburg to Helsinki.