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Aeroflot resumes flights to Ulan Bator

Updated: Nov 18





From 14 January, Aeroflot resuming Moscow – Ulan Bator – Moscow regular flights.

Flights operated once a week on the following schedule (local time):

Flight

Route

Departure

Arrival

Days of operation

​SU 0330

Moscow-Ulaanbaatar

01:05

​12:10

Friday

SU

Ulan Bator-Moscow

07:55

09:50

Saturday


Flights to Mongolia’s capital will be operated on modern comfortable Boeing 737-800 aircraft configured with two classes of service – Business and Economy. Passengers in both classes can enjoy multimedia in-flight entertainment system containing over 200 foreign and Russian movies, including latest international film releases.

To ensure a comfortable trip in Mongolia the airline’s website features additional services for passengers such as booking accommodation, ordering tours, purchasing travel and health insurance.

To book tickets, go to Aeroflot’s website, contact the airline's 24-hour call centre: +7 495 223 5555, 8-800-444-5555 (free call in Russia), *555 (for mobile phones), worldwide toll-free numbers or visit one of the airline’s sales offices.

Up-to-date information on entry rules for passengers of international flights can be found on Aeroflot’s website.


Aeroflot is Russia’s flagship carrier and a proud member of the SkyTeam global airline alliance. Aeroflot ranks among the 20 largest airlines globally. In 2020, Aeroflot carried 14.6 million passengers (30.2 million passengers as Aeroflot Group including subsidiaries).

Aeroflot was the world’s most on-time mainline airline in 2019 according to Cirium’s On-Time Performance Review. Aeroflot holds 4-Star Airline status from Skytrax and was named Best Airline in Eastern Europe at the Skytrax World Airline Awards nine times. Aeroflot has also been awarded a five-star global airline rating by US aviation association APEX. Aeroflot was named the world’s strongest airline brand in 2021 according to leading brand strategy consultancy Brand Finance. Aeroflot ranks fourth in the industry for digitalisation, according to Bain & Company research.


Source: http://www.aeroflot.com/


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