Aeroflot returns to Geneva as rebuild continues
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.
Aeroflot is considered the World’s Leading Airline Brand by voters at the World Travel Awards.
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.