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Old August 26th, 2011, 11:22 PM   #41
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AEROFLOT System-wide Flight Number Changes from Mar 2012

As per 26AUG11 GDS timetable display, AEROFLOT starting 25MAR12 will re-assign its operational flight numbers system-wide.

Domestic Russia service will switch from SU700-899 series to SU1000-1799 series, except St. Petersburg, which moves to SU001-099 series. European service will change from 3-digit to 4-digit, falling under SU2000-2999 series. International flights remain 3-digit, but will see Americas falling under SU100-199; Asia SU200-299; Mongolia and Maldives SU300-399 series; Africa SU400-499 series. Flights to Middle East remains at SU500-599 series.

Also, with the flight number changes, flight number assignment out of Moscow will become even numbers, replace odd numbers.

Some of examples:

Route till 24MAR12 eff 25MAR12

Moscow Sheremetyevo – Bangkok SU553/554 SU270/271
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Delhi SU535/536 SU232/233
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Hanoi SU541/542 SU290/291
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Havana SU333/334 SU150/151
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Ho Chi Minh SU543/544 SU292/293
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Hong Kong SU595/596 SU212/213
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Los Angeles SU321/322 SU106/107
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Male SU585/586 SU320/321
Moscow Sheremetyevo – New York JFK SU315/316 SU102/103
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Punta Cana SU337/338 SU152/153
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Seoul Incheon SU599/600 SU250/251
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Tehran SU515/516 SU512/513
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Tokyo Narita SU581/582 SU575/576
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Washington Dulles SU317/318 SU104/105

Moscow Sheremetyevo – Amsterdam SU22x/23x SU32x/33x SU255x
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Athens SU29x SU211x
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Barcelona SU28x/29x SU251x
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Belgrade SU16x SU209x
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Berlin Schoenfeld SU11x/35x SU231x
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Brussels SU23x SU256x
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Bucharest SU15x SU203x
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Budapest SU13x SU203x
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Copenhagen SU21x SU222x
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Dresden SU10x SU234x
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Dubrovnik SU38x SU204x
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Dusseldorf SU11x/12x/35x SU233x
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Frankfurt SU10x SU230x
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Geneva SU26x/27x SU238x
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Hamburg SU12x SU234x
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Hannover SU12x SU234x
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Helsinki SU20x SU220x
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Irakleion SU26x/129x SU212x
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Istanbul SU20x/30x SU213x
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Karlovy Vary SU13x SU201x
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Larnaca SU21x/23x/121x SU207x
Moscow Sheremetyevo – London Heathrow SU23x/24x/30x
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Madrid SU28x/29x SU250x
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Malaga SU23x/29x SU252x
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Milan Malpensa SU27x/28x SU241x
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Munich SU12x SU232x
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Nice SU27x/127x SU247x
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Oslo SU21x/39x SU223x
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Paris CDG SU25x
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Prague SU14x/34x SU201x
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Riga SU15x SU210x
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Rome SU27x/28x SU584/583 SU240x SU265/264
Moscow Sheremetyevo – St. Petersburg SU8xx SU002 – 035
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Split SU16x SU204x
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Stockholm SU21x SU221x
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Venice SU29x/39x SU242x
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Vienna SU26x/37x SU235x
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Zurich SU26x/37x SU239x

Service to the CIS countries, including Belarus and Ukraine, will switch to SU1800-1899 from 30OCT11, which was reported on this website few months ago. Codeshare flight numbers from 30OCT11 will also move to SU3000-3999 series.
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Old August 29th, 2011, 09:35 PM   #42
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Transaero has resumed its flights to New York


Transaero has resumed its flights from Moscow to New York on August 29th, the airline reports. AEX.ru

It has become possible after the official information regarding opening of the Kennedy airport, which has been closed earlier due to a powerful hurricane. The Transaero flight UN 1111 has departed from Domodedovo.

It is performed using Boeing-747-400 aircraft. The aircraft with the increased capacity has been chosen in order to deliver not only passengers of this flight, but also the passengers who have failed to depart earlier due to closure of Kennedy airport.

Most of the passengers have used the capability provided by the airline and rebooked their tickets on flight of Transaero performed on August 29th.
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Old August 30th, 2011, 08:30 PM   #43
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Aeroflot will start flights to Cancun, Mexico on October 30th.

Service will be operated once every 10 days on board of Airbus A330-200.

Aeroflot stopped flying to Mexico in mid 90s and now they are returning.
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Old September 1st, 2011, 07:25 PM   #44
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Aeroflot receives another A330-300

12th Aircraft of A330 family for Aeroflot arrives to Moscow - Sheremetyevo from Toulouse, France.
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Old September 2nd, 2011, 05:22 PM   #45
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Aeroflot has put Airbus А330 named after famous Russian writer М. Sholokhov into operation

Russian Aviaton » Thursday September 1, 2011 14:41 MSK
Aeroflot – Russian Airlines has acquired Airbus А330-300. The aircraft has been named after Mikhail Sholokhov, the famous Russian writer, Nobel laureate, the airline reports. AEX.ru

Thus, Aeroflot’s fleet includes 12 long-haul A-330 family jets. The jet is one of 11 A-330-300s ordered in 2010 acquired directly from Airbus. Aeroflot has acquired such jets earlier under the conditions of operational leasing.

А330-300s are delivered to Aeroflot directly from airframer’s site. The aircraft has a range of 10500 km. Its capacity is 302 passengers. The jets are equipped with Rolls-Royce Trent 772В engines.

"Aeroflot acquires А330-300s with a two-class cabin configuration: 34 seats in business-class and 268 – in the economy-class. The new jets are prepared for installation of equipment providing an access to internet and mobile services for the passengers. А330 aircraft is equipped with state-of-the-art Panasonic eX2 in-flight entertainment system, the passengers of every class have an access to a new entertainment program ", - the airline noted.

"A 330 wide-bodies provide a high level of comfort enabling usage of chair configuration and classes of service able to meet different passengers’ requirements. The comfortable cocoon-type chairs are installed in business-class cabin. The seat pitch in the economy class has been increased. Aeroflot is operating А330s on international and domestic flights. The new jet will help increase the frequency of flight on the most popular destinations", - Aeroflot stated.
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Old September 2nd, 2011, 05:24 PM   #46
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Russian airlines have transported more than 34.8 million passengers during the first months of 2011

Russian Aviaton » Thursday September 1, 2011 13:59 MSK
The Federal Air Transport Agency has summarized the results of Russian airlines’ activities during a period of time from January to July 2011. AEX.ru

In accordance with the agency’s statistics, the passenger turnover of Russian airlines during this period was 90 198 697,50 thousand passenger-kilometers (+ 12,4% as compared to the same period in 2010). The cargo turnover was 2 735 165, 99 thousand ton-kilometers (in the last year it was 2 614 742,99 thousand ton-kilometers).


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Russian airlines have transported 34 837 577 passengers during this period of time (+ 11,7% as compared to 2010). The scope of transported cargo and mail was 535 141.24 tons (+ 5,5% as compared to the last year). The passenger load factor was 76% and the commercial load factor was 64,2%.

The Russian airlines have transported 7 540 817 passengers (+14,2%) and 86 803 tons of cargo and mail (+9%) during July 2011.

The following five airlines were the leaders by passenger traffic during the period from January to July 2011: Aeroflot - 7 709 013 passengers (+22,6% as compared to the same period in 2010), Transaero - 4 474 830 passengers (+25,9%), UTair - 2 914 826 passengers (+12,5%), Sibir’ - 2 780 971 passengers (+3%), Rossiya - 1 910 372 passengers (+9,9%).

As for cargo transportation, the leaders for this period of time are: AirBridgeCargo - 202 668,2 tons of cargo and mail (+20,6% as compared to the same period in 2010), Aeroflot - 84 961,3 tons (-6,7%), Volga-Dnepr - 36 127,2 tons (-36,2%), Polet - 33 701,1 tons (+39,5%), Transaero - 25 731,8 tons (+35%).
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KLM / AEROFLOT Expands Codeshare Service

KLM and AEROFLOT starting 01SEP11 expands their codeshare agreement, which covers Russia Domestic service operated by AEROFLOT, and KLM’s service to the UK.

Codeshare routes as follows:

KLM Operated by AEROFLOT (KL3180 – 3209)

Moscow Sheremetyevo – Adler/Sochi
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Astrakhan
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Chelyabinsk
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Irkutsk
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Khabarovsk
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Krasnodar
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Mineralnye Vody
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Vladivostok


AEROFLOT operated by KLM (SU1701 – 1730, note codeshare flight numbers to be revised from 30OCT11)

Amsterdam – Aberdeen
Amsterdam – Birmingham
Amsterdam – Edinburgh
Amsterdam – Glasgow
Amsterdam – Manchester
Amsterdam – Newcastle
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S7 Airlines, member of the oneworld® global aviation alliance, is glad to announce its new regular flights between Vladivostok and Hong Kong.
The flights will be operated from November 2, 2011 once a week on Wednesdays. Departure from Vladivostok at 12:00, arrival at Hong Kong at 14:30 local time. The return flight of S7 Airlines departs from Hong Kong at 15:35 and arrives at Vladivostok at 23:20.
The flights will be served by Airbus A320 modern aircraft. The aircraft is designed to carry 158 passengers and features a comfortable arrangement of the economy and business class cabins.
«The flights to Hong Kong – the leading financial centre in the region – will allow us to complement the S7 Airlines network with one of the most demanded directions. South East Asia is an important region for our company. S7 Airlines makes up to 14 flights per week from five cities of Russia to the capital of China – Beijing”, Vadim Besperstov, Strategic Development Director noted.

Vladivostok – Hong Kong S7-501 12:00 14:30 __3____ Airbus A320
Hong Kong – Vladivostok S7-502 15:35 23:20 __3____ Airbus A320


S7 Airlines (www.s7.ru) is a member of the oneworld® global aviation alliance.
The airlines enjoys the widest internal route network in Russia, created on the basis of three air transport hubs in Moscow (Domodedovo), Novosibirsk (Tolmachevo) and Irkutsk. S7 Airlines also performs regular flights to countries of the Commonwealth of Independent States, Europe, Near East, South Asia and countries of the Asia Pacific region.
In 2007 the company has received an official IATA notice of record into the IOSA (IATA Operational Safety Audit) operators, becoming the second air carrier in Russia to have successfully passed the full international audit procedure for compliance with the operational safety standards.
S7 Airlines is one of the most stable airline companies in Russia thanks to using the latest achievements in the international passenger services field and active development of its own services.
S7 Airlines is the winner of the Wings of Russia 2010 Award in the Business Project in the Civil Aviation of Russia nomination. S7 Airlines is also the winner of the annual "People's Brand/Brand No. 1 in Russia" award.
S7 Airlines currently owns the most modern and one of the "youngest" aircraft fleets on the Russian air transportation market.


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Very exciting! After Hong Kongers were given visa-free access to Russia, Siberia has become a new exotic destination for tours out of Hong Kong. Currently, tours need to transfer to a bus from Harbin.
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Really?? ) You suppose that this flight can be popular even among Hong Kongers?
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Really?? ) You suppose that this flight can be popular even among Hong Kongers?
Quite a few of the big package tour operators offer Vladivostok itineraries, but currently we need to fly to Harbin and then take a long tour bus ride into Russia. I'm personally quite interested in visiting as well. The prices are very reasonable. I think package tours will likely occupy many of the seats, while business traffic will be low.

Seems we have more direct flights to exotic destinations lately. We now have a direct flight to Mongolia as well.
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Well, thats good

I guess that this new flight is entering market also because of APEC 2012 summit, that will be held in Vladivostok. The city is being renovated now and many new projects are being built, including new airport terminal. Here all info can be found http://vladivostok2012.com/
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Transaero receives a new Boeing 737-800.
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Transaero acquires another Boeing 737-800 NG

Russian Aviation » Wednesday September 7, 2011 12:40 MSK

Today another new-built Boeing 737-800 NG has been delivered to Transaero. It is the second jet acquired directly from the airframer’s site in accordance with the agreement signed by Transaero and Jackson Square Aviation leasing company (USA), the airline reports. AEX.ru

The total capacity of this aircraft is 158 seats: 8 seats in business-class, 54 seats in the premium economy-class and 96 ones in the tourist economy class cabin. The aircraft has state-of-the-art Boeing Sky Interior.

At present the Transaero’s fleet includes 70 aircraft: 19 Boeing 747s, 8 Boeing 777s, 13 Boeing 767s, 27 Boeing 737s and 3 Тu-214s. Its further expansion will be carried out in the nearest future.

Transaero will celebrate its 20th anniversary in November 2011. It is the second largest airline of Russia. In accordance with JACDEC rating it is one of the 10 world’s safest airlines. It is the world’s 8th airline by the scope of air transportation on tourism and holiday destinations.

Transaero has demonstrated the fastest rate changes of passenger transportation among the five Russia’s largest airlines during the first seven months of 2011: +27% by passenger turnover and +25,9% by the number of transported passengers (as compared to the same period of last year).

Transaero has the largest fleet of long-haul wide-body aircraft in Russia, CIS Region and Eastern Europe. It is the only operator of Boeing 747 and Boeing 777 in the region. Transaero’s route network covers more than 130 destinations in Russia and foreign countries of Europe, Asia, America and Africa», - the airline noted.

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A bit off topic but is there any chance Russia starts producing civillian aircrafts again? I mean jumbo jets like they used to do with Tupolev series.
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A bit off topic but is there any chance Russia starts producing civillian aircrafts again? I mean jumbo jets like they used to do with Tupolev series.
krnboy1009, i think that competition is too high and its not easy to conquer with such giants as Boeing and Airbus. But still yes, work is continuing, russian regional liner SSJ-100 is already flying for several months and another big project is MS-21:

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The Irkut MS-21 ("Airliner of the 21st Century") is a proposed series of three twin-engine short-range and mid-range Russian jet airliners with a capacity of 150-212 passengers being developed and to be produced by Irkut and Yakovlev Design Bureau of the United Aircraft Corporation (UAC) group.[1]
Slated to replace the Tupolev Tu-154 and Tupolev Tu-204/214 in service,[2] the MS-21 certification is planned by 2016.

The initial design is to include composite materials (about 33%), increasing to 40-45% provided a composite wing is added in 2015. The designer plans that the MS-21 will be 10-15% more efficient than Airbus and Boeing aircraft in the same class and it will have a 15% structural weight efficiency advantage, 20% lower operating costs, and 15% lower fuel consumption than the Airbus A320[4] with an initial target price of 35 Million US$.

50 of MS-21-300 are already ordered by Aeroflot and few planes for some other companies.

MS-21-100
Was planned as the smallest model with up to 132 passengers. It will no longer be built to remove competition with the stretched 110 to 130-seat Sukhoi Superjet 100.

MS-21-200
Baseline model with up to 162 passengers, similar to the Airbus A319, Comac C919 and the Boeing 737-700.

MS-21-300
Up to 198 passengers, similar to the Airbus A320, Comac C919 and the Boeing 737-800.

MS-21-400
Proposed stretched model with up to 230 passengers, similar to the Airbus A321, Boeing 737-900ER, Boeing 757-200



But there is no sense for producing wide body planes like A330, B777 or B747, these are the best in the world and i think there is no need to start developing our own big planes.

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I mean jumbo jets like they used to do with Tupolev series.
Some kind of a jumbo jet was IL86 and IL96, its Ilyushin bureau, not Tupolev )
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Its 2 company dominating the industry and I would like to see more diversity.

Well I meant civillian passenger aircraft in general, not just jumbo jets
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I dont really understand you.. What do you mean dominating? Airbus is the only one in its class i Europe and Boeing in US, are they also dominating? What is good in having 10 aircraft industries in one country?
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New AFL A330-300


http://aviaforum.ru/showthread.php?t=10872&page=349


Aeroflot planes in Sheremetyevo

SSJ-100







http://aviaforum.ru/showthread.php?t=10872&page=350
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I dont really understand you.. What do you mean dominating? Airbus is the only one in its class i Europe and Boeing in US, are they also dominating? What is good in having 10 aircraft industries in one country?
Airbus and Boeing compete for customers internationally. I think theres room for one more.

There are plenty of airline companies to go around.
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