Is Aeroflot a member of Star Alliance?
No, Aeroflot is a member of the SkyTeam alliance. There are 19 airlines in the SkyTeam alliance, including Alitalia, Air Europa, Air France, Delta Airlines, and Aeromexico. Aeroflot codeshares with these airlines, so they’re able to provide you with more flights across Europe and beyond. With more than 1,150 destinations, you have never-ending holiday options.
How much baggage is allowed on Aeroflot?
All Aeroflot fare types are allowed to bring one carry-on item up to 10kg and one checked bag up to 23kg. Premium and Comfort classes may bring two checked bags at the 23kg weight limit. Business class passengers can bring a few more outfits for that important presentation—you’ll be allowed two checked bags up to 32kg per piece.
Is Aeroflot a Delta partner?
Yes, Aeroflot is a Delta partner. They’re codesharing members of the SkyTeam alliance, meaning you can book Delta flights through Aeroflot, and vice versa. This gives you access to destinations that the Aeroflot fleet doesn’t reach, like São Paulo, Mexico City, and Atlanta. Plus, you can earn and redeem Aeroflot-Bonus miles on certain flights with Delta. That’s a win-win situation.
Does Aeroflot have premium economy?
Yes, Aeroflot has premium economy. This fare type allows you to check one more bag for free. They also offer the option to buy Space+ seats at check-in, so you can really stretch out. If you want to be sure you’ve got extra legroom, go for Comfort Class fares, available on Boeing 777-300ER aircraft. You’ll have wider seats, more space between rows, seatback entertainment, and even a footrest.
What planes does Aeroflot use?
The Aeroflot fleet is made up of more than 250 aircraft, including the latest Boeing technology, a variety of Airbus models for medium-length flights, and Russian-made Sukhoi Superjet 100s for regional itineraries. Their long-haul planes include Airbus 330-200s and Boeing 777-300ERs, which can fly up to 11,200km. The B777-300ERs are the first in the fleet to include the extra-relaxing Comfort Class, so you can fly in style without paying business class prices.