Aeroflot will start a new seasonal route between Volgogad and Sochi on 2 June with the daily link operated with a Boeing 737 aircraft and run until 1 October this year.
Direct Aeroflot flights will connect large cities of the Russian South, thereby fulfilling an important task of launching new interregional flights that bypass Moscow. Aeroflot’s efforts help achieve the government’s goal of increasing air transport accessibility by a third by 2024.
Aeroflot will also now fly double daily from Moscow Sheremetyevo International Airport to Seoul’s Incheon International Airport in South Korea from 1 June.
The Russian airline operates flights between Moscow and Seoul as part of a codeshare with Korean Air, its fellow SkyTeam alliance member.
Aeroflot is continuously expanding its route network and increasing flight frequencies to popular destinations. This summer Aeroflot will fly to 159 destinations in 54 countries, including 58 destinations in Russia.