Aeroflot Group is Russia’s leading airline and one of the largest European and global carriers. In 2021 the Group carried 45.8 million passengers. Aeroflot Airlines carried 21.4 million passengers.
Aeroflot Group is active in key market segments, from premium to budget, providing passengers with a wide range of travelling options. The Group’s top priority and its social mission is to enhance air connectivity across Russia and its regions and improve population mobility.
Aeroflot Group includes Aeroflot Airlines (Group’s flagship premium carrier), Pobeda Airlines (a pioneering low-cost carrier) and Rossiya Airlines (mid-market carrier). PJSC Aeroflot is the parent company of the Group, which also includes a number of specialised service companies.
Aeroflot Group is recognised internationally for its customer service. Aeroflot Airlines holds 4-Star Airline status from Skytrax, has been named Best Airline in Eastern Europe nine times at the Skytrax World Airline Awards, and also holds Five Star Global Airline status from APEX.
In 2021 Aeroflot Airlines was a top three most punctual mainline airline globally and Europe’s most on-time full-service carrier according to the annual On-Time Performance Review by Cirium.
As of the end of 2021, the Group fleet comprised 356 aircraft. Aeroflot Airlines operates one of the youngest fleets of any global carrier, with an average aircraft age of 6.2 years (7.2 years for all Aeroflot Group carriers).
In 2021, Aeroflot Group’s network airlines (Aeroflot, Rossiya) operated 303 scheduled routes. Pobeda LCC network comprised 121 destinations, including 44 not covered by the Group’s other airlines. Aeroflot Group’s airlines operated flights to 56 countries.
The largest stakeholder in PJSC Aeroflot is the Russian Federation, which has a stake of 57.3% in the Company. 40.7% of total common shares are free floating.
PJSC Aeroflot shares are traded on Moscow Exchange (ticker: AFLT) and internationally as Global Depositary Receipts in Frankfurt.
Note. For the year 2021.