Today, Aeroflot marks the first five years from the date of launch of regular flights to Stuttgart, Germany’s sixth largest metropolis.
The first regular flight took place on 27 April, 2012 using Airbus A319 aircraft. The Moscow-Stuttgart service is currently operated with comfortable and modern aircraft – Airbus A321 and Boeing 737.
Aeroflot operates flights between Moscow and Stuttgart every day at the following times:
Flight departure SU2336 from Moscow at 11:00, arriving in Stuttgart at 13:20. The return flight SU2337 departs from Stuttgart at 14:20 and arrives in Moscow at 18:25 (local time).
Stuttgart is the capital of Baden-Württemberg, industry and hi-tech powerhouse, the famous «cradle of the automobile». This vibrant and diverse city attracts tourists with its rich architectural heritage and varied leisure opportunities. Passenger numbers on the route show steady annual increase with load factor of Aeroflot regular flights remaining high.
A major German airport, Stuttgart is an important point to generate transit traffic via Sheremetyevo airport to the CIS countries and Asia.
Aeroflot’s route network encompasses seven more cities in Germany, including Berlin, Hamburg, Hannover, Dresden, Dusseldorf, Munich, Frankfurt am Main.
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