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Greetings from Vitaly Saveliev, General Director of PJSC "Aeroflot – Russian Airlines"

General Director of PJSC Aeroflot Russian Airlines Vitaly Saveliev

Dear Passenger,

It is my pleasure to welcome you aboard this Aeroflot aircraft.

Winter is coming and Aeroflot is launching its Winter 2018/19 schedule at the end of October. We care about your comfort and convenience, and we have significantly expanded our route network. This winter season Aeroflot will fly to 152 destinations in 55 countries, including Russia.

One of the longest routes on our network will be from Moscow to Colombo. Colombo is Sri Lanka’s largest city and the main tourist hub from which travellers start their journeys across the country. Colombo attracts tourists with its unique architecture, sights, and museums.

We have also added the capital of Ireland to our map. Dublin Castle is one of many historical monuments very popular among tourists. The city is associated with numerous writers including James Joyce, George Bernard Shaw, Oscar Wilde, and Jonathan Swift, while music lovers know it as the hometown of iconic rock band U2.

This winter season we are starting regular flights to Gothenburg, the second-largest city in Sweden and one of the cultural capitals of Scandinavia. The city regularly hosts some of the largest annual events in Scandinavia, including film festivals, art exhibitions, a wide variety of music festivals and sport competitions.

The new flight schedule now offers flights to Ljubljana. The capital of Slovenia is an architectural gem known for its picturesque landscapes and gastronomic festivals. The city is also famous for its warm hospitality and great atmosphere.

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If there is a tale of adventure in the world that deserves to become public domain and be received warmly upon its publication, we believe it's the story of travels across Russia. The adventures of our heroes — we are almost sure of it — surpass all that were ever told and that made their way to us; it's hard to imagine that traveling across just one country can offer such a variety of events.

The stories in Aeroflot's new autumn issue are told with modesty, seriousness and great warmth. We invite you to see the expanses of Altai, the roads of Magadan, the best business hotels of the country from Kyzyl to Kaliningrad; to taste some exceptional Russian wines and Antonov apples that retain the smell of summer even on a gloomy November day; choose a Filimonovo toys to your liking and learn the names of contemporary Russian artists whose works adorn museums and private collections of the world.

Discover Russia together with Aeroflot!

AEROFLOT – October 2018 - November 2018 (PDF file) 


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In the November 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.

Figure skater and ice show producer Tatiana Navka reveals how her new production, “The Scarlet Flower”, will blow the audience away; stage director Yuri Butusov explains what theaters, schools and hospitals have in common; curator Alisa Prudnikova shows how touring Russia’s regional art venues changed her; while director Boris Khlebnikov and actress Anna Mikhalkova demonstrate what a woman is capable of when the well-being of her family is at stake.

The Travel section will tell you where (and why) to find the darkest skies in the world, the reason it is especially hot on Tenerife in February, what places of interest the city of Sergiev Posad has to offer, which Swiss resorts have such fantastic programs outside of skiing that you are likely to forget about the pistes, and why Tomamu, Japan, is so special people go there in winter even from South America.

Can a horrible review transform into a score? Can a French chef create a convincing Russian cuisine menu? Can a waiter in a high-class restaurant not know what an avocado is? Brave Russian restaurateurs who dared to open their establishments abroad learned the answers to these questions first-hand. We present the most dramatic stories in our monthly column.

Our Reading section features an excerpt from “My Beautiful Serbia” by Tatiana Rybakova and Elena Zelinskaya. It will help you to find out what Serbians maintain in their backyards, which are the three magic words that will bring wonder into your life, as well as what the locals mean by Slava and how to celebrate it right.

Aeroflot – November 2018 (PDF file) 

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“Golden autumn” is a true miracle. The Japanese, who have reached incredible heights in the art of admiring nature, distinguish not only the blooming of sakura, but also the season of scarlet maples, and have a tradition of momijigari to celebrate autumnal beauty. The new issue of Aeroflot Premium invites you to walk along the bridges and embankments of Prague, hike light to the northern Italian lakes in the Dolomites, travel to the shores of the South China Sea and the Maldivian atolls, where autumn, according to eyewitnesses, is especially good and mild.

As usual, the issue presents a selection of the most interesting and anticipated events of the month, hotel news, restaurant premieres, new car reviews, trendy gadgets, worthy books, seasonal fashion trends. The review of high jewellery collections and the shortlist of the most promising Russian chefs deserve special attention. Columns and editorial material in English await foreign readers of Aeroflot Premium.

Aeroflot Premium – November 2018 (PDF file) 

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November is the month for keeping warm. This issue of Aeroflot STYLE brings together the principal “warm” trends of the season — sheepskin coats, coloured furs, transformer parkers, ponchos, knitwear outfits, and Cossack boots. The main rule of the season is not to be afraid of bright colours and unusual combinations.

This issue’s special theme is looking after oneself. Our Beauty section features our guide to the best spa hotels, together with surveys of moisturizing products, CC-creams, creams based on coconut, shampoos and hair conditioners. Plus there is a special report from Pitti Fragranze by our perfume expert.

This issue’s main personalities are actress Dakota Johnson, Dutch architect Floris Alkemade, and Peggy Guggenheim, one of the most influential women in 20th-century art (turn to our Reading section for an extract from her new autobiography).

In Lifestyle we get ready for the skiing season (with a report on Les Arcs in France), indulge in gastronomic sophistication in hotels in Geneva, and go looking for cafes with interiors worthy of a film set.

Happy reading!

Aeroflot Style – November 2018 (PDF file)