Aeroflot Changes The Airport In Bangkok

05 May 2010

Since September 28, 2006 OJSC “Aeroflot” – Russian Airlines” has been conducting flight transit to/form Don Muang airport of Bangkok to a new Suvarnabhumi Airport, located 35km uptown. The flight schedule does not change.

Departure from Moscow: Wednesday, Friday, Saturday at 10.45 p.m.

Departure from Bangkok: Thursday, Saturday, Sunday at 12.50 p.m.

Suvarnabhumi Airport was built in 2006 and its annual capacity is 45 million of passengers. The airport is connected to highways and a monorail. Arrival/departure halls of domestic and international flights are designed to one building.

A new airport will provide space for all airlines, conducting regular international and domestic flights to/from Bangkok. Aeroflot will employ a more comfortable airport, i.e. increase the passenger service quality. A cutting-edge registration system will ease a pre-flight procedure. A new airport secures a special SkytTeam zone, equipped with separate registration desks for alliance passengers. The Aeroflot office will also be located here.

For more detailed information, ticket reservation and purchase visit or call: 8-800-333-55-55 – 24 hour free call-Center for information and reservation of Aeroflot tickets. Moscow call-Center (495) 223-5555.

OJSC “Aeroflot” – Russian Airlines has its headquarters in Moscow, in the international airport of Sherem’etevo. The airline was established in 1923. It is the major air carrier of international and domestic airlines, it shares 39% of the international market and 11% of the domestic one. Aeroflot is the member of the global airline alliance SkyTeam, which was recognized by Global Traveler Magazine readers as “The best airline alliance”. In 2005 the airline transported 6,8 mln. of passengers to 89 cities of 47 countries. The net 2005 profit amounted to 6,032 bln. RUR. Aeroflot conducts 302 flights daily, its air fleet counts 90 aircraft. For more detailed information visit and