Aeroflot recently announced that due to the increased demand in Tallinn-Moscow route, the airline is adding one more flight on the route. Now, Aeroflot is flying to Moscow three times a day, seven days a week. “Three flights a day to Moscow ensures a good connection for point-to-point business travellers. It also adds convenience to changing planes in Moscow, and ensures a better connection to several connecting flights,” said Eero Pärgmäe, the commercial director of Tallinn Airport.
The expansion work of the terminal of Sheremetyevo Airport and the underground passenger tunnel connecting the two terminals have been completed. The automated trains moving in the tunnel are free for passengers, and ensure quick and smooth transfers from one terminal to the other.
Aeroflot uses Boeing 737 series and Suhhoi Superjet 100 airplanes for flights between Tallinn and Moscow.
The flight schedule is available in the web page of the Airport.