- Joe Breitfeller
Aeroflot Resumes Service to Cyprus, Nice, Greece and Hong Kong
In a series of announcements on Monday and Tuesday, Aeroflot announced the resumption of flights between Moscow and Larnaca (Cyprus), Nice (France), Athens (Greece) and Hon Kong for November 2020.
On Monday (November 16, 2020) Aeroflot announced the resumption of service between Nice in France and Larnaca in Cyprus from November 20th and 22nd, 2020 respectively. Aeroflot will operate service to Nice once weekly on Fridays and flights to Larnaca once weekly on Sundays. Today (November 17, 2020), the Russian flag carrier further announced the restart of flights between Moscow and Hong Kong with one flight weekly on Thursdays and the return flight on Saturdays starting November 19, 2020. Additionally, the carrier will relaunch flights from Moscow to Athens from November 21, 2020, with twice-weekly service on Thursdays and 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. Brand Finance, a leading brand strategy consultancy, has declared Aeroflot the “world’s strongest airline brand.”