Aeroflot resumes regular international flights

AK&M 03 August 2020 17:48

Aeroflot will resume regular international flights, the air carrier informed.

On the way towards gradual restoration of flights, Aeroflot will resume regular flights to/from London and Istanbul starting from August 1, and to/from Antalya starting from August 10.

Flights will operate at reduced frequency, the company notes.

Passengers booked for cancelled flights to Antalya between August 1 and August 9 (SU2142/2143, SU2146/2147), Istanbul between August 1 and August 5 (SU2134/2135) and London between August 1 and August 31 (SU0263/2575, SU2580/2581, SU2582/2583, SU2584/2585) can re-book tickets on regular scheduled Aeroflot flights on the same route (within 10 days of the original departure date at no extra cost (subject to availability of seats in the respective service class). Same re-booking rules apply for return flights), or any other route (for any date (within the entire available flight schedule) at a cost equivalent to the difference in fares between the original and a new ticket).

A passenger not willing to re-book a cancelled flight is eligible for a full refund.

Aeroflot Group is the largest aviation holding in Russia comprising a number of subsidiaries: JSC DONAVIA, Rossiya Airlines, JSC Orenburg airlines (Orenair), JSC Aurora Airlines (the united Far East-based airline that carried out the first flight in November 2013) as well as Pobeda Airlines providing low-cost air transport services.

PJSC Aeroflot – Russian Airlines (tax number: 7712040126) is Russia's flagship air carrier.  As of March 31, 2020, Aeroflot Group's fleet totaled 361 aircraft, the fleet of PJSC Aeroflot - Russian Airlines was reached 247 airliners.

IFRS loss of Aeroflot for Q1 2020 increased by 42.8% to RUB 22.484 billion from RUB 15.746 billion a year earlier. Revenue decreased by 10.2% to RUB 123.894 billion from RUB 138.041 billion, EBITDA by 38.8% to RUB 13.054 billion from RUB 21.333 billion. Aeroflot's RAS net loss for H1 2020 increased 3 times to RUB 42.294 billion from RUB 14.12 billion a year earlier. Revenue fell by 51.9% to RUB 121.704 billion from RUB 252.863 billion.