AEROFLOT Russia-CIS S10: Sukhoi SSJ100-95 inaugural

The following are planned changes to AEROFLOT Summer 2010 operation for Domestic Russia and CIS service. Only those with major changes are noted, in comparison to Summer 09.

There are 2 major highlights in the Summer 10 season, including:

  • Ilyushin Il96 back in operation to Russia Far-East
  • Sukhoi SuperJet SSJ100-95 enters operation to Chelyabinsk and Volgograd from 28MAR10 (Originally planned to enter service in Winter 2009/10

Changes as follows:

Moscow – Anapa 3 Daily A319 Mainline (was Nordavia/AEROFLOT-NORD operating in S09)
SU701 SVO0905 – 1120AAQ 319 D
SU703 SVO1245 – 1500AAQ 319 D
SU705 SVO1740 – 1955AAQ 319 D

SU702 AAQ1230 – 1440SVO 319 D
SU704 AAQ1620 – 1815SVO 319 D
SU706 AAQ1620 – 1815SVO 319 D

Moscow – Astrakhan 2 Daily A320 (319 in S09)
17MAY10 – 31JUL10 SU709/710 with A319

Moscow – Baku 2 Daily A320 (319 in S09)
Moscow – Chelyabinsk 2 Daily Mainline (Nordavia op in S09)
Sukhoi SuperJet SSJ100-95 inaugurates on this route from 28MAR10

SU899 SVO0015 – 0445CEK 735 D
SU897 SVO0725 – 1200CEK SU9 D

SU900 CEK0615 – 0645SVO 735 D
SU898 CEK1315 – 1355SVO SU9 D

Moscow – Ekaterinburg 4 Daily service (3 in S09)
SU733 SVO0810 – 1230SVX 320 D
SU734 SVX1330 – 1400SVO 320 D

Moscow – Irkutsk 3 Daily from 28MAY10 (2 in S09), operating with Boeing 767 for the first time on scheduled basis till 26SEP10, then switches to A320
SU747 SVO0035 – 1110IKT 763 D
SU748 IKT1455 – 1345SVO 763 D

Moscow – Kaliningrad 6 Daily (4 in S09)
Moscow – Khabarovsk
28MAR10 – 16MAY10 Daily 763 (SU893/894)
17MAY10 – Daily 332/333 (SU893/894) + 3 weekly IL9 (SU881/882)

SU881 SVO1745 – 0840+1KHV IL9 357 23MAY10 – 19SEP10
SU893 SVO2105 – 1205+1KHV 330 D

SU882 KHV1105 – 1120SVO IL9 146 24MAY10 – 20SEP10
SU894 KHV1415 – 1535SVO 330 D

SU893/894 332 Day 3 333 Day x3

Moscow – Krasnodar 5 Daily A320 (3 in S09)
28MAR10 – 31MAY10 4 Daily A320 + 1 Daily A319

Moscow – Krasnojarsk 2 Daily A321 from 27MAY10 (1 321 + 1 320 till 26MAY10, same in S09)
Moscow – Magadan Increase from 1 to 3 weekly (Day 247 ex SVO) from 25MAY10 (1 weekly in S09)
Moscow – Mineralnye Vody 2 Daily A320, replacing Donavia (formerly AEROFLOT-Don)
Moscow – Perm 1 Daily A320 (319 in S09)
Moscow – Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky
28MAR10 – 20MAY10 1 Daily 763 (SU825/826)
21MAY10 – 1 Daily IL9 (SU825/826) + 3 weekly 763

SU825 SVO1605 – 0950+1PKC IL9 D
SU827 SVO2115 – 1500+1PKC 763 357 26MAY10 –

SU826 PKC1255 – 1305SVO IL9 D
SU828 PKC1740 – 1745SVO 763 146 27MAY10 –

Moscow – St. Petersburg Up to 20 Daily A319/320
Moscow – Tyumen 1 Daily A320 (Nordavia operating in S09)
Moscow – Vladivostok Increase from 10 to 13 weekly
SU721 SVO1540 – 0820+1VVO 763 356 01JUN10-
SU721 SVO1550 – 0730+1VVO 763 1 01JUN10-
SU721 SVO1640 – 0825+1VVO 763 35 -31MAY10
SU721 SVO1655 – 0840+1VVO 763 2 01JUN10-
SU721 SVO1655 – 0840+1VVO 763 7
SU719 SVO2015 – 1145+1VVO 330 D

SU722 VVO1015 – 1225SVO 763 146 -01JUN10
SU722 VVO1015 – 1225SVO 763 x5 02JUN10-
SU720 VVO1415 – 1615SVO 330 D

SU719/720
28MAR10 – 28APR10 333 Day x23 332 Day 23
29APR10 – 05MAY10 333 Daily
06MAY10 – 13MAY10 333 Day x4 332 Day 4
14MAY10 – 333 Daily

Moscow – Volgograd 2 Daily (1 Mainline + 1 Nordavia op in S09)
Sukhoi SuperJet SSJ100-95 inaugurates 28MAR10

SU731 SVO1425 – 1615VOG SU9 D
SU729 SVO2205 – 2355VOG 320 D

SU730 VOG0705 – 0855SVO 320 D
SU732 VOG1710 – 1855SVO SU9 D

SU729/730 319 29MAR10 – 30APR10/28SEP10 –

Moscow – Yerevan 18 weekly (14 in S09)
SU195 SVO0745 – 1145EVN 319 x247
SU196 EVN1235 – 1450SVO 319 x247

Moscow – Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk Increase from 7 to 11 weekly
SU875 SVO1755 – 0925+1UUS IL9 x357 25MAY10 – 18SEP10
SU895 SVO2155 – 1320+1UUS 763 D

SU876 UUS1215 – 1430SVO IL9 x146 26MAY10 – 19SEP10
SU896 UUS1620 – 1835SVO 763 D

Intra Russia Far-East service maintained:
Khabarovsk – Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky 4 weekly A320
Vladivostok – Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky 3 weekly A320
Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk – Khabarovsk 4 weekly A320
Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk – Vladivostok 3 weekly A320

There are also 2 Daily St. Petersburg – Kaliningrad service maintained

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