Aeroflot News

Aeroflot reports fall in annual profits as costs mount

Aeroflot reports fall in annual profits as costs mount

1 March 2018 Airline News

Aeroflot has reported a 40 per cent drop in annual profits, pressured by mounting costs. Net profit at Russia’s largest airline fell to R23.06 billion ($409 million) in 2017, down from a record of R38.8 billion roubles it had reported a year earlier.

Aeroflot signs $5bn order for 50 MC-21 planes

Aeroflot signs $5bn order for 50 MC-21 planes

1 February 2018 Airline News

Aeroflot will become the largest customer for the latest Russian-built medium-range aircraft, the MC-21, following a deal between the flag-carrier and Rostec. Under the terms of the order, Rostec, a leasing subsidiary of Aviacapital-Service, will supply Aeroflot with 50 MC-21-300 aircraft.

Aeroflot unveils expanded winter schedule  

Aeroflot unveils expanded winter schedule  

26 October 2017 Airline News

Aeroflot has announced the launch of its winter 2017/18 Schedule, which will operate from October 29th through to March next year. The season includes flights to 137 destinations in 51 countries, including 50 routes inside Russia, 15 routes to seven CIS countries and 72 other international flights.

Brand Finance признал “Аэрофлот” самым влиятельным брендом среди авиакомпаний в мире

Brand Finance признал “Аэрофлот” самым влиятельным брендом среди авиакомпаний в мире

18 April 2017 Airline News

“Аэрофлот” признан самым влиятельным брендом среди авиакомпаний мира по версии Brand Finance, ведущего в мире независимого консультанта по оценке брендов. Торжественная церемония проводилась сегодня в отеле «Savoy» в Лондоне, где генеральный директор «Аэрофлота» Виталий Савельев получил награду из рук президента Brand Finance Дэвида Хэй.

David Haigh, chief executive, Brand Finance

David Haigh, chief executive, Brand Finance

18 April 2017 Videos

Brand Finance has recognised Russian carrier Aeroflot as the most powerful airline brand in the world and the most powerful Russia brand, in any industry, in the world. Here Breaking Travel News talks with chief executive David Haigh during the presentation in London to discover more about the methodology behind the decision.