From March 28 through October 30, Aeroflot will increase its flights from JFK to Moscow from 7 to 11 per week. If you’re looking for cheap airline tickets to northern Europe, fly from JFK to Moscow for connections to other cities. Aeroflot still has some of the cheapest Europe flights this year.
From its hub in Moscow, you can connect on Aeroflot to 25 of the most popular Russian destinations, including Vladivostok, Volgograd, St. Petersburg and Omsk. Through its affiliation with the SkyTeam Alliance, you’re also able to incorporate a code-shared flight elsewhere in Europe or within Russia while taking advantage of Aeroflot’s cheap airline tickets to Europe from the US.
Consider spending a few days in Moscow (note: a visa is required for travel to Russia if you’re traveling on a US passport) before continuing your vacation to another destination in Russia or elsewhere in Europe.
Or perhaps you’re looking for a relaxing way to see the sites, without the hassle of packing and unpacking every few days. On a river cruise from Moscow to St. Petersburg you can combine history, art, architecture, good dining and sightseeing tours with cheap airline tickets to Europe on Aeroflot.
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