Aeroflot, the Russian state-controlled airline, is to launch a direct daily flight from Moscow to Dublin from October in a move which is hoped will greatly boost trade and tourism between the two countries.
A source at the flagship Russian carrier said the Airbus A320 service would commence on October 28th as part of its new winter schedule. The flight will leave Moscow’s main Sheremetyevo airport at 7.20pm, with an arrival in Dublin at 8.45pm. The return leg will depart Dublin at 7.20pm and arrive back in the Russian capital at 5.00am.
Tickets are already on sale on Aeroflot’s website starting at €127.69 one-way for an economy saver rate, which includes a meal and a drink. Business-class tickets start from €654 one-way. (Read more…)