According to the Russian defense ministry, Ukraine has launched a drone attack on Moscow, forcing flights out of Vnukovo International Airport.
According to reports, five drones were used in the attack on Tuesday, which also hit locations in the larger area surrounding the capital.
According to the defense ministry, all of the drones were shot down with no casualties or property damage.
Ukraine has not admitted to carrying out the allegedly malicious attack.
One of Moscow's three international airports, Vnukovo, no longer has any restrictions. Among those impacted were flights from Turkey, the United Arab Emirates, and Egypt.
The air defense systems in place in the Moscow region shot down four of the drones, according to the defense ministry. A fifth crashed after being electronically intercepted.
One of the drones, or pieces of it, reportedly fell on a building in the village of Krivosheino, according to the Telegram channel Shot. Then, the building started to burn.
Another drone was reported to have crashed in Kubinka, which is about 36 kilometers (22 miles) southwest of the city, according to Russian state media.
Moscow has been the target of other drone attacks as well. At least eight drones caused minor damage, according to the Russian defense ministry in May.
Since Russia's invasion of Ukraine in February 2022, this was the first time the city had been repeatedly targeted by drones. Kiev denied being behind the assault.