OJSC Aeroflot Russian Airlines, also known as Aeroflot is the flag carrier airline of Russia and the largest in the country. Established in the 1920’s Aeroflot is one of the world’s oldest airlines and the first to operate a jetliner service. It is headquartered in Moscow and chaired by Viktor Ivanov, and General Director Vitaly Savelev.
Aeroflot operates scheduled passenger and cargo flights from its hub at Sheremetyevo International Airport in Moscow. Using a fleet of 91 aircraft Aeroflot serves almost 100 destinations across 47 countries. As a member of the SkyTeam alliance, Aeroflot provides professional passenger services. Business Class travellers can enjoy airport lounges, express check-in and in-flight features including welcome drinks and work stations.
Aeroflot passengers can check in two hours and 30 minutes before the flight. The last check in is 40 minutes prior to scheduled departure. Check Aeroflot information for airport gate times.
Aeroflot Economy passengers can check in up to 20kg with one item of hand luggage. Business Class benefit from 30kg and First Class are permitted 40kg, both can carry two items of hand luggage. Excess baggage fees are applicable.
The seat pitch on Aeroflot aircraft is 32 inches for Economy and 38 inches for short-haul Business Class. A spacious seat pitch of 58 inches is available to long haul business travellers.
Frequent Flyer Programme
Frequent flyer programme Aeroflot Bonus is a three tier system including; Regular Silver and Gold membership. Earn miles to spend on rewards for yourself, family or friends.
Aeroflot is known as one of the oldest airlines still in operation. In the 1930’s it had become the largest airline in the world operating around 3,000 aircraft and employed over 60,000 staff. During World War II the airline transported medical supplies, ammunitions cargo and over two million passengers.