Aeroflot Resumes Flights to Egypt, Sri Lanka, Thailand and India

Aeroflot will resume regular flights to Hurghada and Sharm El Sheikh. Flights to the Egyptian cities will be operated on comfortable Airbus A330 widebody aircraft.

From 1 October, daily flights to the popular leisure destinations on the Red Sea will be operated from Sheremetyevo Terminal C.

Starting from October, Aeroflot will resume regular flights to Colombo, Bangkok, and Goa. Flights will be operated on Airbus A330 aircraft.
From 9 October, the airline will resume Colombo flights, which will initially operate twice a week.
From 30 October, Aeroflot will relaunch seven weekly flights to Bangkok, and from 2 November, the airline will operate up to three weekly services to Goa.

Aeroflot Airlines and the United Aircraft Corporation signed an agreement of intent within the framework of the Eastern Economic Forum regarding the acquisition of 339 Russian-made aircraft. This is 5% more than previously announced plans.

It is planned that the first two Superjet-NEWs will enter the carrier’s fleet next year. From 2024, it is planned to deliver six MS-21 aircraft and seven Tu-214 aircraft.

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