AEROFLOT W13 Domestic Operation Changes as of 30AUG13

As per 30AUG13 GDS timetable/inventory display, latest changes to planned AEROFLOT Winter 2013/14 Domestic Russia operation as follow. Winter 2013/14 season begins from 27OCT13.

Boeing 737-800
AEROFLOT is introducing Boeing 737-800 aircraft to its operation from 15OCT13. Planned 737 operation remains subject to change
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Yakutsk eff 15OCT13 5 weekly (6 weekly 15OCT13 – 26OCT13)
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Chita eff 27OCT13 4 weekly
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Ekaterinburg eff 27OCT13 1 daily
Moscow Sheremetyevo – St. Petersburg eff 28OCT13 5 weekly
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Ulan-Ude eff 28OCT13 3 weekly

Moscow Sheremetyevo – Abakan Service operates 6 weekly (Day x4) with A319, however Day 6 is now switched to A320
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Chelyabinsk 28OCT13 – 01DEC13 1 of 4 daily (SU1424/1425) operated by A321, replaces A320
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Chita Latest adjustment sees AEROFLOT Mainline to operate this route 4 times a week, replacing Vladivostok Air operation (Previously this plan was cancelled)
SU1760 SVO2225 – 1030+1HTA 738 x135
SU1761 HTA1155 – 1245SVO 738 x246

Moscow Sheremetyevo – Ekaterinburg eff 27OCT13 1 of 5 daily operated by Boeing 737-800
SU1402 SVO1450 – 1910SVX 738 D
SU1403 SVX2000 – 2025SVO 738 D

Moscow Sheremetyevo – Khabarovsk Service operates with Boeing 777-300ER, 1 daily (Except 27JAN14 – 30JAN14, 04FEB14 – 07FEB14 and Mondays in March 2014 from Moscow)
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Mineralnye Vody 1 daily AEROFLOT Mainline service operated by Airbus A321, replacing A320
Moscow Sheremetyevo – St. Petersburg eff 28OCT13 Boeing 737-800 aircraft enters operation with 5 weekly flights
SU018 SVO1415 – 1540LED 738 x37
SU019 LED1630 – 1745SVO 738 x37

Moscow Sheremetyevo – Ulan-Ude eff 28OCT13 AEROFLOT Mainline service replaces Vladivostok Air operation, 3 times a week
SU1448 SVO2225 – 0910+1UUD 738 135
SU1449 UUD1030 – 1200SVO 738 246

Moscow Sheremetyevo – Yakutsk eff 15OCT13 Service operates 6 weekly (5 weekly from 28OCT13). Boeing 737-800 operating
SU1750 SVO2205 – 1050+1YKS 738 x26
SU1751 YKS1230 – 1315SVO 738 x37

Previously reported changes:
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Adler/Sochi eff 01FEB14 Winter operation increases from 5 daily to 9 daily, coinciding with Winter Olympics
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Irkutsk Winter operation increases from 2 to 3 daily. Boeing 737-800 to replace A320 on following flights
SU1442/1443 eff 01JAN14 (eff 02JAN14 from IKT)
SU1440/1441 eff 02FEB14 (eff 03FEB14 from IKT)

Moscow Sheremetyevo – Kazan Winter operation increases from 3 daily in W12 to 5 daily
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Krasnodar AEROFLOT Mainline operates 7 daily flights, compared to 5 daily Mainline and 1 daily Donavia in W12
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Krasnoyarsk 1 of 2 daily service continues to be operated by Boeing 777-300ER
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Magnitogorsk Airbus A319 aircraft replaces SuperJet, daily operation
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Nizhniy Novgorod Service increases from 4 to 5 daily
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Novokuznetsk Airbus A320 replaces A319 on daily basis
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky Airbus A330-200/-300 operates daily, replacing Boeing 777-300ER, for entire W13 season
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Samara Service increases from 4 to 5 daily
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Surgut Winter operation increases from 1 daily in W12 to 2 daily, Airbus A320 operating
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Tomsk Airbus A321 operates daily, replacing A320
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Ufa Winter operation increases from 3 daily in W12 to 4 daily, Airbus A320/321 operating

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