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Greetings from Vitaly Saveliev, General Director of PJSC "Aeroflot – Russian Airlines"
Welcome on board this Aeroflot aircraft!
Summer is still a way off, but we are already giving our passengers a world filled with its generous colours. Yes — Aeroflot has launched its summer timetable, which runs through 28 October.
As Russia’s national carrier, one of our core focuses is developing air transport in our home market. Russia’s Black Sea coast is a traditional summer holiday favourite, so Aeroflot is relaunching the flights to Gelendzhik that holidaymakers have come to love. Earlier this year we launched flights between Sochi and Simferopol, connecting two of the country’s main resorts. The new timetable pays special attention to Crimea, with direct flights connecting Simferopol to Chelyabinsk, Kazan, Krasnodar, Mineralnye Vody, Nizhny Novgorod, Omsk, Orenburg, Perm, Rostov, Sochi, Tyumen, Ufa and Volgograd.
Passengers who plan to fly to resorts in the Mediterranean are also taken care of, with our traditional summer flights to Heraklion and Split. Aeroflot is also launching additional flights to Larnaca (up from 14 to 21 flights a week) and Antalya (up from 7 to 14 flights a week).
The development of our domestic route network does not just emphasize resorts, however. On 1 June Aeroflot will launch three new routes within Russia. Belgorod, at the centre of one of Russia’s regional agricultural powerhouses, will be served by two daily flights using the Russian-built Sukhoi Superjet 100 aircraft, while new daily flights to two centres of the oil industry — Khanty-Mansiysk and Salekhard — will meet demand from residents of remote northern regions, as well as the needs of big business. We also plan to start flying to Ulyanovsk once reconstruction work finishes at Barataevka airport.
Aeroflot’s summer timetable offers a total of 137 destinations, including 50 in Russia, 14 in other CIS states and 73 in countries around the world. In addition to Russia, our route map this summer encompasses 49 other countries.
This month, Aeroflot celebrates one more special holiday — our birthday. On March 17, we celebrate 94 years since the founding of Aeroflot. Our brand is one of the oldest of any airline globally. But this brand has been almost completely reinvented.
We will continue to strengthen our unique position on transit routes between Europe and Asia, where our destination network currently numbers 50 and 13 cities, respectively. Our international offering will also be bolstered by increased flight frequencies to New York, Hamburg and Yerevan.
Aeroflot is a global airline that is the flagship premium carrier of Aeroflot Group, one of Europe’s largest aviation groups. This means that we can offer our passengers ever greater travel opportunities. Rossiya, our mid-market carrier, operates flights from Vnukovo airport in Moscow and Pulkovo airport in St Petersburg, while our regional airline Aurora offers convenient connections around Russia’s Far East. Millions of travellers already appreciate the network of Pobeda, our low-cost carrier. Pobeda is a classic budget airline, which while not providing premium-class service offers extensive travel opportunities at unprecedentedly low prices.
Excluding Pobeda’s stand-alone network, Aeroflot Group airlines offer a total of 239 destinations. On top of this, code-sharing agreements with other airlines open up additional 18 countries.
I believe that you will find exactly what you need in our summer timetable — quick and convenient flights to the places you want to travel to most.
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Aeroflot – Russian Airlines
One of the most valuable things in life is travel. Our planet is full of awe-inspiring and unforgettable places, but exploring some can take longer than others. Russia is one of them. Thanks to Aeroflot Russian Airlines foreigners and Russians alike can journey to the remote far reaches of the largest country in the world at the drop of a hat. What’s more, AEROFLOT magazine — written for English-speaking passengers — presents Russia in all its glory with love, knowledge, and pride.
The cover of every issue is adorned in the style of a traditional Russian pattern from areas like the Caucuses, Urals, Siberia, and further afield. Designs from iconic styles like Gzhel, Palekh, and Khokhloma are unmistakably Russian, showcasing the country’s customs and heritage. Each issue also explains its chosen cover, its masters, and history.
Aeroflot has one of the world’s youngest fleets, but we also want to honour the past so our aircraft are named after Russians who have etched their names into the history books. The magazine’s “Celestial names” section is dedicated to brilliant Russian scientists, inventors, artists, writers, and directors who helped shape the country. Poet Boris Pasternak is honoured in the first issue.
Fly Aeroflot and fall in love with Russia!
Aeroflot – April_May 2017 (PDF file)
In the April issue of Aeroflot magazine we will tell our readers about the most interesting sporting and cultural events of the upcoming month, as well as new books and films. Director of Taganka Theater, Irina Apeksimova, will invite readers to see "Sweeney Todd",the musical thriller; actor Vladimir Vdovichenkov will relate how it feels to shoot a scene hanging from a rope and talking to nonexistent partners; actress Yuliya Khlynina will explain why everybody has a price; while writer Alexey Ivanov will share what impressed him most in Siberia, where he traveled to collect material for his "Tobol" novel.
The Travel section will help you plan a history- and gastronomy-oriented voyage to Tbilisi, as well as a sparkling getaway to Abrau-Durso. You'll find out how to diversify a beach holiday in Cyprus, extend skiing season into July, and make a decision to visit Western Norway after seeing the beauties of the fjord region.
Russian cuisine has been in vogue for quite a few years, but Moscow restaurateurs don't like to just recreate the tried and true recipes. They make Guriev kasha with semolina cakes, prepare galantine from pig ears, and their cream-and-horseradish jelly with cuttlefish ink stripes becomes birch tree bark.
“A family gets stronger than rock if you go through a journey together”, — decided Irina, wife of the famous traveler Feodor Konyukhov, and along with their three-year-old son she joined her husband's camel expedition to Central and Western Mongolia. We publish an excerpt from Irina's diaries in this month's issue.
Aeroflot – April 2017 (PDF file)
One key theme of the April issue of "Aeroflot Premium" was the dream of man in the sky. Many write about the feat of Yury Gagarin, but we selected a no less significant figure when it comes to the history of space. In our section "People of Russia" there is a story about the life and work of a distinguished scientist, global thinker and dreamer Konstantin Eduardovich Tsiolkovsky. In our "Travel" section, a weekend in Baikonur; in our "Science" section, space technologies and new steps to understanding the universe.
As usual in our issue there is a selection of the most interesting and anticipated events of the month, news from the world of fashion, restaurant and hotel reviews, automobile premiers and expert reviews from the Geneva Autoshow, relevant gadgets, the best watches and jewelry brands, and unique objects created by masters for connoisseurs.
Dedicated to fans of slow reading and long-distance flights are articles for special attention: "Photo-report"— a walk around Rome without a guide; "Art" — an exhibition of Zinaida Serebryakova in the Tretyakov gallery; "Gastronomy"— a return to the Russian kitchen; the best hotels of St. Petersburg in our section the Best of the Best.
We direct the attention of our foreign readers of "Aeroflot Premium" to our articles and columns in English.
Aeroflot Premium – April 2017 (PDF file)
As always, this April issue of Aeroflot STYLE is about weddings. How do you prepare for the marriage ceremony? What kind of make-up is suitable for the bride? And in what hotels should you stay for your unforgettable wedding and honeymoon? You’ll find the answers to all these questions in our new issue. For more on this subject, read about engagement rings, modern churches with unusual architecture, and paired scents for special occasions.
We also recommend that you look at our Reading section, which includes an extract from Muzhchina i Zhenshchina ("Man and Woman"), a book on the Soviet phenomenon of "The Thaw".
This issue’s main personalities are the actress Jessica Chastain, top model Bella Hadid, and perfumer Cindy Guillemant. Our main destination this month is the Italian island of Sardinia.
Aeroflot Style – April 2017 (PDF file)