Hong Kong International Airport (Chek Lap Kok Airport) is currently the world's busiest airport by cargo traffic (according to the official site) and one of the top ten biggest passenger airports. It is located on the island of Chek Lap Kok in the western part of Hong Kong.
From 2002 to 2011 TTG (Travel Trade Gazette) awarded Hong Kong airport with "TTG Travel Awards" as the world’s best airport.
It has also been named the best in the world by Skytrax 7 times since 2001. And the airport was ...>>>
In the last few years I've travelled Moscow to Sochi with Aeroflot several times. During the summer months Russia's leading airline has flights for Sochi several times a day. Practically all of them take place aboard Airbus A-321s. Only the very last flight of the day is conducted on a different plane, an Il-96. In my travels along this route, I only got to fly on the A-321s. In total, I've been on board 5 of these planes.
The following review covers several trips made between 2011 and 2013, an ...>>>
Los Angeles is one of the four cities in the USA, the others being Washington DC, New York and Miami, and the only city on the West Coast, to which Aeroflot, Russia's largest airline, offers direct flights.
Flight number SU 107, took place on November 10, 2012. Departure time was 3:45 PM, flight duration 12 hours 20 minutes. The flight was a codeshare with DL 6717 operated by Delta Airlines.
According to the official website of Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), it is the sixth busiest a ...>>>
Ladies and gentlemen, here is my short picture spread of the flight from Moscow to Rome by C-class of the Sincerely Yours, Aeroflot. The flight was made in the beginning of March 2012, but only now there appeared a minute to make some notes.
The flight was made from F terminal of the Sheremetyevo airport.
The aircraft was Airbus A-321. Other Aeroflot's plane, the Airbus A320, standing next to our gate is in the picture below.
The plane is rather comfortable. The C-class cabin is spacious.
I flew from Moscow to Nizhny Novgorod, Russia, on Russia's newest passenger jet, the Sukhoi Superjet 100 (shortly SSJ 100) in February 2012 with the airline company Aeroflot, Russia's flag-carrier.
Wing of the Superjet 100:
As the engines were starting up, the plane’s cabin was filled with an unpleasant rumbling noise, accompanied by vibration, after which a cloud of exhaust fumes rose from under the wing. I call attention to this because I’ve never experienced this on any other plane.
In October 2011, I chance to take a flight to the Greek island of Crete (Nikos Kazantzakis International Airport in Heraklion) with Aeroflot Airlines. Both flights, there and back, were economy class on Airbus A320 planes. Departure and arrival in Moscow took place in Sheremetyevo International Airport, Terminal F.
I’ve traveled on Aeroflot’s Airbus 320/321 before and they all look alike: blue upholstery with orange seatbelts and crisp new paneling on the walls and storage compart ...>>>
A little background to this review: I’ve been working in Sochi since last year, so I immediately noticed the increasing number of airlines and flights available to this city. Even excluding the summertime (with its busy lines of tourists and visitors), the frequency and number of offerings from various airlines kept increasing. Aeroflot was no exception, conducting flights to Sochi three times a day (round trips). In light of the upcoming 2014 Winter Olympics the biggest demographic flying i ...>>>
Aeroflot – Russian Airlines has long been the traditional carrier for the route between Moscow and New York City, and offers daily flights from Sheremetyevo International Airport in Moscow (Terminal D) and JFK International Airport in New York (Terminal 1).
The planes used for this route are Airbus A330-300s – long and capacious airliners with 3 passenger cabins (1 business class cabin and 2 economy class).
The plane left a very positive impression. It was a new airlin ...>>>
I’d like to share my impressions of my Aeroflot flight from Moscow to Havana (Aeroflot is the flag-carrier of Russia).
Sheremetyevo International Airport. We departed from the new C Terminal. We started by registering at the automated check-in.
At the Sheremetyevo Airport before take-off. View on the Terminal F:
Moscow-Havana is a very long flight, more than 13 hours total, but, thanks to the airline company, was surprisingly relaxed.
For a start, there was a lot of media available t ...>>>