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Aeroflot Flights

Aeroflot Russian Airlines is the flag carrying airline of the Russian Federation. They're also the country's largest airline, with a fleet of 191 aeroplanes. If you think that's impressive, during the Soviet era they were the largest airline in the world. Today Aeroflot flies to 129 global destinations, and is based at Sheremetyevo International Airport in Moscow. Aeroflot is a member of the SkyTeam alliance, giving them even further reach. The airline has its own frequent flyer program, Aeroflot Bonus, and three subsidiaries: Pobeda, Rossiya Airlines and Aurora.

In the past, Aeroflot has offered flights from Dublin and Shannon airports. Sadly, at the time of writing, they no longer operate any scheduled flights from Ireland. If you want to fly with Aeroflot, you'll have to hop over the Irish Sea to London Gatwick or London Heathrow.

This information is correct as of April 2017

Why Fly With Aeroflot?

How to Check In

Online check in is available from 24 hours up until 45 minutes before scheduled departure. Simply print out your boarding card and bring it to the airport with you. Aeroflot won't accept passengers without a paper boarding card. If you don't have time to print out your boarding pass at home, you can print it at one of the airport's self-service kiosks. The exception to this is passengers who check in via mobile, as they will be sent a special 2D barcode which can be scanned by the gate agent. Traditional check-in, at the customer service desk, is also available (and is complimentary). Check in usually closes 40 minutes before departure.

Seating

You can choose your seat when you check in for your Aeroflot flight. Legroom on Aeroflot flights is usually fairly generous, with a standard seat pitch in economy of 30 to 32 inches. On longer flights, business class passengers usually have a seat pitch of around 60 inches. This drops to a (still very comfortable) 38 inches on shorter journeys.

Booking Fees

Aeroflot levy a €3.70 charge per leg, and a €10 print-out fee to convert an e-ticket into a paper ticket. If you book your ticket at their office, it'll cost you €25 so it's much cheaper to book your Aeroflot tickets online.

Service On Board

Aeroflot has three classes of travel: economy, comfort and business. Complimentary food is served in all travel classes, and may include a hot meal or a snack depending on the time of day and the length of the journey. The business class menu is designed by chef Thierry Mona, chef at Aeromar. As of 2013, Aeroflot is no longer allowed to sell alcohol on board. The in-flight magazine is called Aeroflot, and passengers can purchase duty free products while they're in the air (most major currencies, including Euro, are accepted).

Punctuality

Aeroflot was ranked as the world's most punctual airline in 2014. Over the intervening years, they've maintained fairly good statistics, with the majority of their flights leaving and arriving on time.

Baggage Allowances and Fees

Hand Luggage: Business class passengers can bring a bag weighing up to 15kg on board, while economy and comfort passengers can bring up to 10kg. This bag should measure no more than 115cm (length x height x width). Passengers can also bring a personal item such as an umbrella, handbag and baby's carry cot.

Checked Luggage: Business class passengers have the largest allowance, and are allowed to check in two bags weighing up to 32kg each. Comfort and premium economy passengers can bring two pieces weighing up to 23kg, while standard economy passengers can only bring one 23kg bag.

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