Flag carrier and biggest airline of the Russian Federation.
Operates both domestic and international passenger
services, primarily from its hub at Sheremetyevo International
Airport in Moscow.
One of the world’s oldest airlines; traces its origins back to
Was the national airline of the Soviet Union and the world’s
biggest airline during the Soviet period.
Has, after the collapse of the U.S.S.R., turned from a stateowned enterprise into a semi-privatised company ranking 19th
most profitable in the world in 2007.
Is still viewed as Russia’s de facto national airline.
51% of Aeroflot is owned by the Russian Government.
Has embarked on a fleet upgrading programme, extensive route
change, and an image overhaul.
Joined SkyTeam in April 2006, during which it became the
alliance’s tenth member.
Sheremetyevo International Airport
Aeroflot: Key people and Ownership
Aeroflot’s CEO position is occupied by Vitaly Savelyev as of
Savelyev was nominated on 10 April 2009, succeeding Valery
Even though Savelyev’s nomination was only supposed to last
until April 2014, Russia’s government extended it to another five
As of December 2013, 51% of Aeroflot is state-run.
From its hub at Sheremetyevo International Airport, Aeroflot operates scheduled passenger and cargo flights to 129 airports
(from December 2013).
Aeroflot: Codeshare agreements
Aeroflot has codeshare agreements with these airlines (as of October
2013), which are the actual operators of the codeshared services
Aeroflot puts its code on:
China Eastern Airlines
China Southern Airlines
Delta Air Lines
LOT Polish Airlines
MIAT Mongolian Airlines
Middle East Airlines
Royal Air Moraco
Aeroflot: Sponsorship and promotion agreements
Since July 2013, Aeroflot is Manchester United’s official carrier;
this is the first ever sponsorship Manchester United has signed
with a Russian corporation.
Aeroflot Corporate video in ENGLISH:
1997 Aeroflot Commercial:
Aeroflot IL-96 видео безопасности / old safety video:
Aeroflot A330 Safety Video: