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Aeroflot To Double Flights Between Moscow And Washington, D.C.
23.08.2012 13:43
Aeroflot To Double Flights Between Moscow And Washington, D.C.

Starting from the end of October 2012, Aeroflot will be operating two weekly connect flights between Moscow, Russia and Washington, D.C. in the U.S.

      Currently only one flight per week connects the two capitals. Aeroflot plans to introduce an extra flight for winter, evidently in order to cash in Christmas travel between the U.S. and Russia.

      The flights will operate Mondays and Thursdays, leaving from Moscow Sheremetyevo at 13:35 and arriving to Washington, D.C. at 15:20. Return flights are from Washington, D.C. at 17:10, arriving to Moscow Sheremetyevo at 12:10. All times are in MSK Time Zone. A Boeing 767 is used to fly the passengers.

Author: Julia Shuvalova

Tags: Russian tourism Russian transport Aeroflot   

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