Aeroflot is restarting passenger service for Russian citizens and ticket sales for travel to Turkey following regulator Rosaviatsia’s decision to lift its temporary ban on flying Russian citizens to Turkey.
As a result of Turkey’s guaranties of additional aviation security measures, effective at 12:01 a.m. on 22 July 2016 Rosaviatsia lifted all restrictions on regular passenger service between the Russian Federation and the Republic of Turkey, including carrying Russian citizens from Russia to Turkey and transit passengers via Turkish airports to other global destinations.
Aeroflot is reopening sales of tickets to Istanbul and Antalya via all its sales channels.
Russian citizens will be able to fly from points in Russia to points in Turkey effective 22 July. These flights will operate according to the regular summer timetable:
SU 2136 Moscow-Istanbul departs Sheremetyevo International Airport at 10:05a.m. and arrives at Istanbul Atatürk Airport at 1:40p.m. (local time).
SU 2137 Istanbul-Moscow departs Istanbul Atatürk Airport at 2:55p.m. and arrives at Sheremetyevo International Airport at 6:20p.m. (local time).
SU 2134 Moscow-Istanbul departs Sheremetyevo International Airport at 9:25p.m. and arrives at Istanbul Atatürk Airport at 1:05a.m. (local time).
SU 2135 Istanbul-Moscow departs Istanbul Atatürk Airport at 1:55a.m. and arrives at Sheremetyevo International Airport at 5:20a.m.(local time).
SU 2142 Moscow-Antalya departs Sheremetyevo International Airport daily at 8:45a.m. and arrives at Antalya Airport at 12:25p.m. (local time)
SU 2143 Antalya-Moscow departs Antalya Airport at 1:25p.m. and arrives at Sheremetyevo International Airport at 4:55p.m.
Learn more or check the status of your reservation on our website by clicking “Check the Reservation” in the ‘Online Services’ section. Or contact our 24-hour customer service centre at +7-495-223-5555 (Moscow) or 8-800-444-5555 (free within Russia), or through Aeroflot’s ticket sales offices.