Aeroflot schedules wide-body operations to Dubrovnik


Russian carrier Aeroflot will deploy its 296-seat Airbus A330-300 aircraft on flights between Moscow and Dubrovnik throughout August due to strong demand. The airline will operate the jet from August 1 to September 1 on a daily basis. Aeroflot’s A330-300 features 28 seats in business class and the remaining 268 in economy, including angle-flat seats in the premium cabin and personal TV screens in each seat. Dubrovnik becomes Aeroflot’s second destination in the former Yugoslavia to be operated by wide bodies following Belgrade.

Aeroflot A330-300 business class cabin

Aeroflot A330-300 economy class cabin


  1. Anonymous10:32

    Thats quite amazing. A333 on a daily basis to DBV.

  2. Anonymous10:35

    The Russians are coming! Great news for DBV - as the PAX numbers will certainly shoot up this month. I wonder how many are using it to go to Montenegro?

    1. Anonymous11:44

      Many apparently I heard

    2. The more the better!

    3. Anonymous09:03

      Almost 80% of SU pax is goint to Montenegro,especially those who live in the Bay of Kotor, because the distance is short ... Herceg novi is 29km away and Tivat (most Russians go to Tivat- Krasici) is 40km away. For example, Tivat-Budva is 23km. As an example, the distance between Tivat and Budva is 23 km.


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