- Joe Breitfeller
Aeroflot Resumes Regularly Scheduled Flights to Kyrgyzstan, Belarus, Kazakhstan and South Korea
Aeroflot announced on Monday the resumption of scheduled commercial flights between Moscow and Kyrgyzstan, Belarus, Kazakhstan and South Korea. Flights to Bishkek, Minsk and Nur-Sultan will restart over the next week, while service to Seoul will resume on October 1st.
On Monday (September 21, 2020), Aeroflot announced the restart of regularly scheduled flights between Moscow and Bishkek (Kyrgyzstan), Minsk (Belarus), Nur-Sultan (Kazakhstan) and Seoul (South Korea). Flights from Moscow to Bishkek, Minsk and Nur-Sultan will resume over the next week, while service to Seoul will restart on October 1st, 2020.
Service to Kyrgyzstan’s capital of Bishkek restarts on September 24th with the departing flight (SU1882) operating once-weekly on Thursdays and the return flight (SU1883) on Fridays.
The Moscow-Minsk route will operate once-weekly on Saturdays from September 26th with flight (SU1842) departing Moscow and the return flight (SU1843) from Minsk.
Flights to Kazakhstan’s capital Nur-Sultan will commence on September 27th, with flight (SU1956) departing Moscow once-weekly on Sundays and the same day return with flight (SU1957) from Nur-Sultan.
Aeroflot will operate the Moscow-Seoul route once-weekly from October 1st, 2020 on Thursdays with flight (SU0250). The weekly Seoul-Moscow return flight (SU0251) will operate on Saturdays.
Aeroflot is the flag carrier of Russia and a proud member of the global SkyTeam® alliance. During 2019, Aeroflot carried 37.2 million guests and when the Aeroflot Group subsidiaries are included, the total rises to 60.7 million passengers. The airline holds a 4-Star rating from Skytrax World Airline Awards and has been awarded a five-star global airline rating by APEX. According to Cirium’s On-Time Performance Review, Aeroflot was the world’s most on-time mainline airline for 2019. The carrier has also received a five-star rating from OAG for flight punctuality. In 2020, Brand Finance, a leading brand strategy consultancy, declared Aeroflot the “world’s strongest airline brand.” Aeroflot is among the top 20 largest airlines in the world.