Aeroflot has resumed flights to Geneva from today, albeit operating at a reduced frequency.
Currently, the flag-carrier operates one weekly flight, on Saturdays, to the Swiss city.
One weekly flight Between Moscow and Geneva will be operated on Saturdays on the following schedule:
Flight SU2380 leaves Sheremetyevo at 13:50, touching down in Geneva at 16:40 local time.
The return flight, SU2381, leaves Switzerland at 18:25, arriving in Russia at 23:00.
Passengers of cancelled flights to Geneva who purchased tickets after May 1st via the website or through the call centre will automatically receive a refund.
Passengers who purchased tickets at Aeroflot sales offices or via agents should contact the original point of sale.
The Russian flag-carrier will be a key partner for the World Travel Awards Grand Final, which is scheduled to take place in Moscow on November 27th.