Aeroflot has begun ticket sales for flights to Palma de Mallorca, the capital of the Spanish island Mallorca. Regular flights on the Moscow – Palma de Mallorca – Moscow route will launch on 1 June 2019.
Four weekly flights on Airbus A320 aircraft will operate on the following schedule:
Moscow – Palma de Mallorca
– flight SU2518 will depart Moscow on Saturdays and Sundays at 7:55, on Tuesdays and Fridays at 12:15.
Palma de Mallorca – Moscow
– flight SU2519 will depart Palma de Mallorca on Saturdays and Sundays at 12:35, on Tuesdays and Fridays at 17:15 (local time).
Palma de Mallorca is the largest city of the Balearic Islands, located in the Mediterranean Sea. The city is famous for its historical heritage – every narrow street and square, every old house reveals the long history of the city with its unique blend of cultures and religions. Travelers from all over the world are attracted by the abundant nature of the island with its mountain ridges, lush forests, almond and olive groves, green valleys, striking in size and beauty, and the coastline indented with hundreds of picturesque bays and lagoons. Thanks to the favourable Mediterranean climate, Mallorca attracts tourists all year round. The well-developed ferry service connects the island with Valencia, Alicante and Barcelona so travelers can experience the diversity of Spain.
Aeroflot is continuously expanding its route network and increasing flight frequencies to popular destinations. Aeroflot flies to 152 destinations in 55 countries, including 54 in Russia. In its Winter 2018/19 schedule Aeroflot has launched 14 new destinations, which will be serviced both by the Company’s own fleet and by Rossiya Airline. Aeroflot’s route network spans the largest cities in the Northern Caucasus, including Grozny, Vladikavkaz, Makhachkala, Nazran (Magas) and Nalchik, as well as the cities of the Volga region – Izhevsk and Ulyanovsk. On top of that, Aeroflot has launched direct flights from Moscow to Osh and Bukhara. On the international front we have added flights to three European cities: Gothenburg, Dublin and Ljubljana, as well as flights to Denpasar – the largest city of the Indonesian island of Bali – and Colombo – the largest metropolis of Sri Lanka.