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Aeroflot arrives at DXB

Posted 29 October 2018 · Add Comment

Dubai Airports and its service partners came together at a ceremony today to celebrate Aeroflot’s inaugural flight to Dubai World Central (DWC).

Aeroflot will operate regular daily flight between Moscow Sheremetyevo and DWC during the winter schedule, in addition to its existing flights at Dubai International (DXB) – bringing the total number of weekly flights on the Moscow-Dubai route to 28. Aleksander Efimov, Ambassador of the Russian Federation in the UAE, Jamal Al Hai, Deputy CEO of Dubai Airports, Oleg Fomin, Consul General of the Russian Federation in the UAE, and Eugene Barry, Executive Vice President of Commercial Group at Dubai Airports were joined by representatives from the airport community to accord a warm welcome to the inaugural flight.

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