All flights with Aeroflot code will be operated on own aircraft
Moscow, 15th September 2008: Aeroflot cancels the agreement with “Aeroflot Nord” on flights operated with Boeing B737-500, which has been flying to Russian destinations with SU code. From the 15th September, all destinations of both airlines will be operated with their own respective code.
In this context, operational changes were applied to the flight schedule. The following destinations will be operated by Aeroflot on own aircraft with SU code:
SU 819/820 Moscow – Perm – Moscow
SU 821/822 Moscow – Perm – Moscow
SU741/742 Moscow – Yekaterinburg – Moscow
SU877/878 Moscow – Surgut – Moscow
SU885/886 Moscow – Tyumen – Moscow
SU823/824 Moscow – Perm – Moscow
Flights which have been operated by Aeroflot so far will be returned to Aeroflot Nord with its code 5N:
5N 805/806 Moscow – Novosibirsk – Moscow
5N 807/808 Moscow – Novosibirsk – Moscow (from 23rd until 28th September 2008)
5N 735/736 Moscow – Yekaterinburg – Moscow
5N 831/832 Moscow – Samara – Moscow
5N 835/836 Moscow – Samara – Moscow
5N 751/752 Moscow – Kaliningrad – Moscow
5N 753/754 Moscow – Kaliningrad – Moscow
5N 755/756 Moscow – Kaliningrad – Moscow
5N 729/730 Moscow – Volgograd – Moscow
These changes allow passengers to identify at first glance a flight’s operator.
As part of the Aeroflot group’s joint development strategy, Aeroflot will maintain very close cooperation with its subsidies. In doing so, Aeroflot continues to pay special attention to flight security as well as product quality.