Aeroflot further expands domestic network in W18

Aeroflot Russian Airlines in recent schedule update continues domestic network expansions, scheduled for winter 2018/19 season, where the airline plans to introduce 1 new route and resumes 2 routes.

Moscow Sheremetyevo – Magas eff 28OCT18 1 daily A320
SU1078 SVO1455 – 1740IGT 32A D
SU1079 IGT1840 – 2130SVO 32A D

Moscow Sheremetyevo – Makhachkala eff 28OCT18 2 daily A320 (last served until November 1995; From Moscow Vnukovo until Feb 1995, St. Petersburg until Nov 1995)
SU1052 SVO0825 – 1120MCX 32A D
SU1058 SVO1550 – 1840MCX 32A D

SU1053 MCX1220 – 1515SVO 32A D
SU1059 MCX1940 – 2235SVO 32A D

Moscow Sheremetyevo – Ulyanovsk eff 28OCT18 2 daily SuperJet SSJ100 (last served until November 1996; From Moscow Bykovo until Sep 1996, Moscow Domodedovo until Apr 1996, St. Petersburg until Nov 1996)
SU1288 SVO0150 – 0425ULV SU9 D
SU1286 SVO1050 – 1325ULV SU9 D

SU1289 ULV0620 – 0700SVO SU9 D
SU1287 ULV1420 – 1500SVO SU9 D

Previously reported domestic routes addition for winter 2018/19:
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Grozny eff 28OCT18 1 daily A320 (last served as Moscow Vnukovo – Grozny until November 1996)
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Izhevsk eff 28OCT18 2 daily SuperJet SSJ100 (last served as Moscow Vnukovo – Izhevsk until November 1995)
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Nalchik eff 28OCT18 1 daily A320 (last served as Moscow Bykovo – Nalchik until November 1995)
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Osh eff 28OCT18 1 daily 737-800 (last served as Moscow Domodedovo – Osh until April 1994)
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Vladikavkaz eff 28OCT18 1 daily A320 (last served as Moscow Vnukovo – Vladikavkaz until November 1996)

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