Aeroflot adds new route brace from Sheremetyevo
TAV-operated Tbilisi Airport celebrated the launch of Aeroflot’s new daily service from Moscow Sheremetyevo with this great cake. Wielding the knife are: Akaki Barkaia, Ground Handling Manager TAV Georgia; Tea Zakaradze, Deputy GM TAV Georgia; Alexey Rudykh, Representative of Aeroflot in Armenia and Georgia; Yiltan Oktem, Deputy Terminal Operations Manager TAV Georgia; Arsen Aleksanian, Commercial Manager of Aeroflot in Armenia; and Temur Buzaladze, GM of “Discovery Group”.
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After a 20-year break in services, Aeroflot reconnected Chisinau with its Moscow Sheremetyevo hub, operating daily A320s services from 26 October.
- Aeroflot has added fresh links to two more capital cities from its main hub at Moscow Sheremetyevo (SVO), namely to Chisinau (KIV) in Moldova and Tbilisi (TBS) in Georgia. Both routes started on 26 October and both are operated daily by the SkyTeam carrier’s 140-seat A320s. Additionally, both city pairs also face no direct competition and they are also technically both service resumptions, with flights to Chisinau beginning again after a 20-year hiatus. Eagle-eyed readers will spot that the cake (in Tbilisi) and the lightbox advertisement (in Chisinau) both list 27 October as the launch date. That is because both routes are night flights, departing Moscow late in the evening and then departing from Chisinau and Tbilisi very early the following morning.