AEROFLOT 2010 Winter Long-Haul Operation: Update 3

Latest update to AEROFLOT’s planned 2010 Winter long-haul operation, as per 07JUN10 GDS timetable display as follows.

Routes mentioned below will replace information posted on 03JUN10 and/or 13MAY10.  Also in this post, a summary table of the planned long-haul flights is included.

Moscow – Delhi Planned Daily A330 service revised to: 332 Day x36 763 Day 36 (Daily 763 remains from 20DEC10 to 23JAN11)
Moscow – Denpasar Service increase from every 10 days to 2 weekly service
SU587 SVO2035 – 1415+1DPS 332 36
SU588 DPS1545 – 2355SVO 332 47

Moscow – Goa Service is now planning 4 weekly flights (previously 3)
SU537 SVO2340 – 0920+1GOI IL9 x124
SU538 GOI1120 – 1640SVO IL9 x235

Moscow – Hanoi Airbus A330 aircraft sub-type variation: 332 Day 24 333 Day 16 (HAN departs following day)
Moscow – Male Inbound service via Colombo canceled (planned seasonal service to Sri Lanka is completely canceled at this moment). Service operates twice a week with A330-300 instead of every 10 days on A330-200
SU585 SVO2330 – 0905+1MLE 333 36
SU586 MLE1045 – 1750SVO 333 47

Moscow – Punta Cana Service now planning twice a week, instead of every 10 days
SU337 SVO0220 – 0800PUJ 332 36
SU338 PUJ1100 – 0540+1SVO 332 36

Moscow – Shanghai Pu Dong Airbus A330 service canceled. Daily flight in Winter season operates with Boeing 767
Moscow – Washington Dulles Service changes from Thursdays to Mondays from 31OCT10

New Moscow – Phuket service is loaded in the system, operating 2 times a week from 31OCT10, increase to 3 from 25DEC10
SU555 SVO2145 – 1125+1HKT 333 36
SU556 HKT1250 – 1925SVO 333 47

Day 7/1 eff 25DEC10

Note that Winter seasonal service to Denpasar, Goa, Male, Phuket, Punta Cana as well as 1 of 2 Daily each to Hurghada and Sharm el Sheikh are currently not available for reservation at this moment.

Winter long-haul summary table (unit of frequency is weekly)

Route
Freq & A/C Remark
Moscow – Bangkok 4 333
7 333
14 333
31OCT – 28NOV
29NOV – 23DEC
24DEC –
Moscow – Beijing 7 333
7 763
Moscow – Beirut 2 319
Moscow – Cairo 2 320
Moscow – Damascus 2 319
Moscow – Delhi 5 332 2 763
7 763
-19DEC/24JAN-
20DEC-23JAN
Moscow – Denpasar 2 332
Moscow – Dubai 14 320
Moscow – Eilat 2 320
Moscow – Goa 4 IL9
Moscow – Hanoi 2 332 2 333
Moscow – Havana 7 332
Moscow – Hong Kong 4 763
Moscow – Hurghada 14 IL9
Moscow – Hurghada – Luanda 1 763 Bi-weekly
Moscow – Los Angeles 4 332
Moscow – Male 2 333
Moscow – New York JFK 7 333
Moscow – Phuket 2 333 3 25DEC-
Moscow – Punta Cana 2 332
Moscow – Seoul 3 763
Moscow – Shanghai Pu Dong 7 763
Moscow – Sharm el Sheikh 14 IL9
Moscow – Tehran 4 319
Moscow – Tokyo Narita 7 332
Moscow – Ulan Baatar 3 320
Moscow – Washington Dulles 1 763

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