March 15, 2011, Moscow - JSC ‘Aeroflot - Russian Airlines’ starts selling discount tickets from Russian Far East cities and back:
|Round Trip||Round Trip|
|Vladivostok – Moscow||6,500 rubles||13,000 rubles|
|Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky - Moscow||7,500 rubles||15,000 rubles|
|Khabarovsk – Moscow||6,300 rubles||12,600 rubles|
|Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk - Moscow||6,500 rubles||13,000 rubles|
From April 1 to October 31, 2011 Aeroflot will uplift citizens of the Russian Federation at special discounted rates for which passengers younger than 23 (inclusive) or older than 60 are eligible. A baby up to two years old accompanied by an adult will be uplifted free of charge if a separate seat is not provided to the baby and children from 2 to 12 will be uplifted at a 50% discount to the special rate.
In 2010, Aeroflot has uplifted over 92,000 passengers under the discount uplifts program for the residents of the Russian Far East.
JSC ‘Aeroflot’ consistently pursues a socially oriented policy with respect to socially vulnerable groups of population. Within the programs implemented by Aeroflot, discount tickets are granted to WWII veterans, victims of the siege of Leningrad, gifted children, children with disabilities, people of art, etc.
Aeroflot, the leader of Russia’s air fleet, is a member of SkyTeam, the global airline alliance. Aeroflot’s overall flight network comprises 898 locations in 169 countries. In 2010, 11.3 mln passengers used Aeroflot’s services and about 14.07 mln used the services offered by the Aeroflot group.
Aeroflot was the winner in the contest between European members of SkyTeam in serving economy-class passengers in short- and medium-range flights and business-class passengers in long-range flights. “Onboard Survey,” the marketing survey conducted by SkyTeam from April to September 2009, confirmed Aeroflot’s leading positions.
Aeroflot belongs to 25 leading airlines of the world according to Air Transport World journal, based on the results of its financial and economic activities in 2009 (“operating profit” and “profit margin” categories).
Aeroflot was the first Russian carrier to be included in the IOSA operator registry and it continues to confirm the certificate in a regular way. The airline has successfully passed the Safety audit for ground operations (ISAGO). Aeroflot is a holder of the unified certificate of compliance with the requirements of ISO 9001:2008.
Aeroflot operates one of the youngest air fleets in Europe that consists of 101 aircraft. Aeroflot’s hub is Sheremetyevo international airport in Moscow. For more details please visit www.aeroflot.ru.
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