Aeroflot operates its daily flights to Tokyo using Boeing 777-300ER aircraft in a three-class configuration – Business Class, Comfort Class (Aeroflot’s premium economy product) and Economy Class. Also, Aeroflot launches ticket sales for flights to Singapore. Scheduled service on the new route between Moscow and Singapore will begin on 25 October 2020.
MOSCOW – From 29 March Aeroflot’s flights to and from Tokyo will switch from Narita airport to Haneda airport (Terminal 3). It is located just 15 km from Tokyo city center. Travel time from the airport to the city will reduce by almost four times if going by train, and by more than half if travelling by taxi.
Aeroflot operates its daily flights to Tokyo using Boeing 777-300ER aircraft in a three-class configuration – Business Class, Comfort Class (Aeroflot’s premium economy product) and Economy Class.
Starting with the summer 2020 flight schedule, Aeroflot will operate daily flights between Moscow and Tokyo on the following timetable (all times local):
- Moscow – Tokyo — flight SU260/262/264 departs from Sheremetyevo airport at 19:00 and arrives at Haneda airport at 10:30 the following day;
- Tokyo – Moscow — flight SU261/263/265 departs from Haneda airport at 12:15 and arrives at Sheremetyevo airport at 16:05.
A wide choice of connecting flights at Haneda opens new travel opportunities to explore Japan. The terminal's spacious facilities and modern infrastructure will allow Aeroflot to ensure passenger comfort throughout the journey. Aeroflot’s commitment to high quality service has helped the airline establish itself as a leading operator on key transit routes between fast-growing markets in Asia and Europe.
Aeroflot launches new Singapore route, with service by A350
Aeroflot also launches ticket sales for flights to Singapore. Scheduled service on the new route between Moscow and Singapore will begin on 25 October 2020.
Flights will operate on the following schedule (all times local):
- Moscow – Singapore
Flight number SU 280 departs Sheremetyevo at 19:40 on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays and arrives in Singapore at 10:55 the following day.
- Singapore – Moscow
Flight number SU 281 departs Singapore at 12:30 on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays and arrives in Moscow at 18:30 the same day.
The world’s most modern and fuel-efficient long-haul aircraft, the ?350-900, will operate on this route in a three-class configuration – Business Class, Comfort Class (Aeroflot’s premium economy product) and Economy Class.
The addition of Moscow-Singapore service to Aeroflot’s route network strengthens the company’s offering on transit routes to Asia from Europe and North America, which forms a key part of the airline’s strategy. The Russian flag carrier offers convenient and fast transfers through its hub at Moscow’s Sheremetyevo airport, with total travel times up to three hours shorter than those of competitors in Europe and Asia.
Aeroflot Deputy CEO for Commerce and Finance, Andrey Chikhanchin, said: “Aeroflot is constantly expanding its international route network, continually providing new unique opportunities for passengers. The addition of the modern and fuel-efficient long-haul ?350-900 to the Aeroflot fleet allows the airline to further strengthen its competitive advantages, among which are high quality service and superior value for money.”
Aeroflot’s achievements are regularly recognised by the expert community. The Russian flag carrier won two categories at the prestigious annual World Travel Awards – World’s Leading Airline Brand and Best Business Class. Aeroflot also took three categories in the European round of the World Travel Awards 2019 – Europe’s Leading Airline Brand, Europe’s Leading Airline – Business Class and Europe’s Leading Airline to Asia.
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