Aeroflot is promptly increasing its capacity on routes between Moscow and points in the Far East in response to a significant increase in passenger demand. This year, additional flights will be introduced earlier than planned – from the beginning of April.
The increase in the frequency of flights will be carried out on the directions of flights from Moscow, the volume of additional supply is determined individually in accordance with demand. For example, on flights from Moscow to Vladivostok and Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, up to 2 additional flights per week are already scheduled. In April, the frequency of flights to the capital of Primorye will be up to 4 flights a day, and to Kamchatka – up to 2 flights a day.
In the summer months, Aeroflot Group will operate more than 100 flights a week from Moscow/St. Petersburg at points in the Far Eastern Federal District. Thanks to this solution, the necessary level of transport accessibility and mobility of the population will be ensured.
Aeroflot Group is the undisputed leader in the air passenger transportation market in the Far East. The airline annually provides residents of the country with affordable flights to the cities of the Far Eastern Federal District at special “flat” tariffs with a fixed price, which does not depend on the date of purchase and the season. Any passenger can take advantage of this offer, regardless of age and region of residence. State-subsidized air transportation is available to residents of the Far Eastern Federal District within the budget limit allocated to Aeroflot, as well as to privileged categories of Russians – for the entire period until the end of 2023 (subject to availability at a subsidized fare on the selected flight).