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22 December 2010

Горнолыжные курорты

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Moscow – Innsbruck – Moscow

Fight schedule effective from December 26, 2010
Departure Arrival Flight № Days of the week
Moscow 08:55 Innsbruck 10:05 SU 157 6/7
Innsbruck 10:55 Moscow 16:05 SU 158 6/7

Aeroflot will operate the A320 aircraft on flights to Innsbruck. Note: Time in the departure and arrival points is local. Tickets are sold via the Aeroflot website , in all the Aeroflot offices and from the company’s travel agents.


Moscow – Geneva – Moscow

Departure Arrival Flight № Days of the week
Moscow 19:15/13:05/10:00 Geneva 20:50/14:50/11:50 SU169/269/271 1/2/3 /4/5/6/7
Geneva 21:50/16:05/13:00 Moscow 03:20/21:45/18:45 SU170/270/272 1/2/3 /4/5/6/7

Aeroflot will operate the A321 aircraft on flights to Geneva. Note: Time in the departure and arrival points is local. Tickets are sold via the Aeroflot website , all the Aeroflot offices and from the company’s travel agents . 


Moscow – Salzburg – Moscow

Departure Arrival Flight № Days of the week
Moscow 05:30/11:55/05:15/ 05:25/14:30/14:20 Salzburg 06:40/13:05/06:20/ 06:40/13:05/06:20 SU175/177/305/ 307/309/311 6/7
Salzburg 08:10/14:35/07:20/ 08:10/14:35/07:20/ Moscow 13:00/19:30/12:10/ 12:20/21:20/21:00/ SU176/178/306/ 308/310/312 6/7

Aeroflot will operate the A320 and Il-96 aircraft on flights to Salzburg. Note: Time in the departure and arrival points is local. Tickets are sold via the Aeroflot website , in all the Aeroflot offices and from the company’s travel agents . 


Moscow – Munich – Moscow

Departure Arrival Flight № Days of the week
Moscow 07:55/10:55/20:00 Munich 09:10/12:00/21:05 SU119/121/123 1/2/3 /4/5/6/7
Munich 10:00/13:10/21:50 Moscow 15:05/18:05/02:55 SU120/122/124 1/2/3 /4/5/6/7

Aeroflot will operate the A320 and A321 aircraft on flights to Munich. Note: Time in the departure and arrival points is local. Tickets are sold via the Aeroflot website , in all the Aeroflot offices and from the company’s travel agents .


Airbus A320

Airbus A321

Il-96

Please, familiarize yourself with the seating chart.

Additional information about Innsbruck

Innsbruck (Austria) – is the administrative center of Tyrol. Innsbruck hosted the Winter Olympic Games twice, in 1964 and 1972, and due to this fact the city gained a reputation for being a center of winter sports maintaining a high international standard. The Olympic area (Olympia Skiworld Innsbruck) is made up of eight parts. Busses take downhill skiers from Innsbruck and some other 22 tourist villages to the mountain slopes free of charge. The resort offers athletes, tourists and its other guests recreation to suit every taste including riding down the Olympic bobsleigh track, walking and speed skiing down the prepared itineraries, riding in sledges and skating in the ice hall. Olympia Skiworld Innsbruck is a true El Dorado for those who are keen on sledging; it boasts more than 20 natural sledge tracks which are illuminated in the evenings. In fair weather in the break between down-runs one can visit the futuristic viewpoint, the Bergisel Tower, which is on top of a ski-jump of 50 meters in height. One can examine the down-runs in forests clearings, the hilly tracks and mountain tops in detail and enjoy a breath-taking view of the city, the Goldene Dachl Castle with its gilded rooftop, the bay windows of the triumphal arch at Maria-Theresien Street and St. Anna’s Column so elegant against the background of the mountains. You will not be bored even in times of inclement weather as you can have a walk around the historical center of the city, visit a museum and an art exhibition, go and see the Chapel Royal in the Keiser’s Castle, the Ferdinandeum, Ambras Castle or the Bell Museum. In the evenings holidaymakers can enjoy all the delights a large city can offer; its bars, restaurants, cabaret, concert halls, theaters, casinos, night clubs and disco clubs are all at one’s disposal.

Additional information about Geneva

Geneva (Switzerland) is the capital of the world and a small business center surrounded by intact countryside with century-old oak groves and small towns, it is also host to a great number of international events and summits. Geneva is located at the western end of Lake Geneva and is surrounded by two mountain chains, the Jura and the Alps. You might want to divide your holiday time between walking along the gulf and the shore of the lake, shopping and visiting museums and theaters (opera and ballet performances, concerts and cabaret). Why not indulge in having a delicious lunch in one of the splendid restaurants of the city? If you are keen on downhill skiing Geneva’s famous resorts are at your disposal. Geneva is equally attractive in each season of the year. It is an ideal combination of the atmosphere of a big city and a peaceful and luxurious lifestyle. It also gives you a chance to do practically any kind of sport. The choice rests with you. Downhill skiing is very popular in Switzerland as the Swiss Alps is a truly special place in Europe. Switzerland is a nice mix of French charm, German thoroughness and Italian buoyancy; languages and cultures, people and traditions have come together to make some very special cocktail. You can feel it when visiting the smallest Swiss village or when staying in any of the skiing resorts of the country which often combine old traditions and fireside comfort with luxury and new technologies so rarely found in the mountains. Going downhill skiing in Switzerland is indeed worth considering as it has practically the best-equipped ski stations in Europe. Villar Ski Resort is located 1300 meters above Lake Geneva and is surrounded by the mountain tops of the Alps. Tourists can enjoy the picturesque view of Lake Geneva and Mount Blanc. There are 4 different ski areas connected by 77 ski lifts with 225 km of trails, 120 km of which belong to Villar-Gryon Ski Resort. Leukerbad is a typical Swiss Alp resort situated within 1 hour drive from Geneva at the mountain foot in a picturesque place 1400 meters above the sea level. The winter season there lasts from mid December until the end of April. Its mild climate, the fresh Swiss mountain air and the healing thermal springs make this place ideal for sports, family and health and wellness holidays. The downhill trials house qualification runs for the Ski World Cup. There is a slope for beginners with three green ski-runs at the edge of Leukerbad. There are downhill skiing, cross-country skiing and snowboarding schools. Adventure-seekers can enjoy two areas, a five-kilometer ski run near Leukerbad with the Snow Tubing Park and two trials along Lake Daubensee 2400 meters above the sea level which you can reach by traveling the Daubensee - Gemmipass pendulum railway. /o> Apart from having various and numerous ski runs Leukerbad stands out from other mountain areas due to one of the largest thermal springs in Europe and more than 20 indoor and open-air swimming pools overlooking the spectacular mountain backdrop. A semicircle of mountains shelters Leukerbad from natural hazards and turns it into a real solarium. The thermal (51°С) springs are said to have been working miracles since the times of the Romans; they supply more than 4 million liters of healing water a day. The thermal springs play an important and even prominent role in choosing a ski resort that combines sports, family and health and wellness facilities simultaneously. 

Additional information about Salzburg

It is no coincidence that Salzburg (Austria) – is called the mountainous, lakeside and Alpine heart of Austria. Here the snowy giant mountains reach the sky and the primeval glaciers glitter in the sun. No doubt it is no privilege of the Swiss Alp alone to have a winter season but those who have been to Salzburg would no doubt say “What a winter!” The Austrian state of Salzburg (Salzburger Land) – comprises a vast ski area called Salzburger Sortwelt and the impressing Europa Sport Region Ski Area together with Zell am See and Kaorun resorts which are very popular with those who love mountainous views, ski runs and the unique Alpine atmosphere. Every resort in Salzburg is geared towards a particular group of tourists. Obertauern, for instance, is popular with tourists who do sports. Saalbach Hilnterglemm is popular with socialites; Gasteiner Tal is preferred by high-profile tourists and big-time athletes while Salzkammergut, the biggest tourist center in the area, is a paradise for families. Salzburg has many interesting and intriguing places. Those who are keen on history can visit the open-air Celtic museum, numerous monasteries and abbeys erected many years ago. The ice caves which attract flocks of tourists will not leave you indifferent. Numerous castles and palaces which are associated with the life and work of the great musician and composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart have survived on the territory of Salzburg. 

Additional information about Munich

Munich (Germany) is the capital of the Free State of Bavaria which is the center of all kinds of winter sports. It has everything you may need for a good winter holiday. The 20th Olympic Games took place in Munich in 1972; for this occasion the city center had been reconstructed, the Olympic village and the metro had been built and the roads had been widened. In winter time the city is an ideal base for outings to the Alps. Besides, the high standard of the resorts is recognized globally. Rauros or Lofer are two of the numerous and very popular winter resorts of the region offering splendid conditions for practicing downhill and cross-country skiing along with the rural atmosphere of hospitality. Some of the easy ski runs for skiing with children are located just 30 minutes away from Munich by car at the foot of Mount Brauneck in Lenggries resort. Many of the pleasure walks will lead you to some cozy mountain huts where you will be made welcome. The famous Garmisch-Oartenkirchen Ski Resort is located within an hour’s drive from Munich (88 km). It is surrounded by mountain tops and picturesque mountain lakes of Risersee and Eibsee and is believed to be a paradise for expert downhill skiers. It is a climatic health resort meeting international standards and is a member of the ‘Best of the Alps’ group. The resort maintains its irreproachable reputation and offers holidaymakers the best facilities one can find for downhill skiing, snowboarding, riding in sledges and ski runs including the ski run of the World Cup competition. The resort is located at the foot of Mount Zugspitze, the highest mount in Switzerland, which is 2962 meters above the sea level. It is covered in snow even in snowless winters and the well-prepared ski runs provide skiers with unlimited skiing opportunities. There are 53 ski lifts, elevators and a rack-and-pinion railway deliver downhill skiers and snowboarders to the needed destination quickly and safely. In the vicinity of Garmisch-Partenkirchen there are 120 km of well-attended ski runs which suit both trill-seekers and beginner skiers, 40 km of cross-country ski trails running in beautiful places. The Olympic Ice Stadium welcomes all the fans of skating and curling, and those who love swimming can enjoy the modern swimming complex with a sauna, cafes and bars. Surrounded by the numerous nice buildings in the pedestrian zone of the city tourists can eat in various cozy restaurants with their families or relax in beach chairs on the sunlit terraces.