Aeroflot aircraft at BER
Aeroflot aircraft at BER

Flight offer to Russia

Published: 06 January 2021, 04:45 PM

Flight offer to Russia

Air traffic from Berlin to Russia was gradually resumed in December after it was largely brought to a standstill by the corona virus pandemic in spring 2020. There is now a basic flight offer from Berlin to the metropolises of Moscow and St. Petersburg. Aeroflot, Pobeda and Nordwind Airlines connect Berlin with Moscow in Russia. Rossiya Airlines flies to St Petersburg.

Aeroflot aircraft at BER

Once a week – every Friday – Russia’s largest airline company Aeroflot connects BER with Moscow-Sheremetyevo International Airport. Departure from Moscow is at 12:00 local time, with the arrival at BER Terminal 1 at 12:55. Just one hour later at 13:55 is the return flight to Moscow, landing at 18:55 local time.

The airline company Nordwind Airlines began flight operations at BER in December 2020 and also flies to Moscow-Sheremetyevo International Airport. Flights will take place once a week, every Saturday, with a Boeing 737. Departure from Moscow is at 10:10 local time, with arrival at BER Terminal 1 at 10:50. Flights in the opposite direction leave Berlin at 11:50 and reach Moscow at 16:30 local time.

Nordwind aircraft at BER
Nordwind crew at BER

Aeroflot’s subsidiary airline Pobeda flies to Moscow-Vnukovo International Airport every Sunday. Departure from Moscow is at 13:20 local time. The flight arrives at BER Terminal 5 at 14:05. At 14:45 it returns in the direction of Moscow, landing at 19:20 local time. The plane for this flight is a Boeing 737.

Rossiya Airlines flights from Berlin to St. Petersburg. This connection is offered once a week, every Sunday. Departure from St. Petersburg is 09:30 local time. The flight reaches BER Terminal 1 at 09:55. About an hour later, at 10:45, it returns to St. Petersburg, landing at 14:55 local time.

General Travel Advice

Given the global corona virus pandemic, there are still considerable travel restrictions in place. Our passengers are therefore strongly advised to inform themselves of the applicable travel and safety instructions, including specific quarantine regulations or the requirement to provide proof of a negative PCR test, as well as of travel warnings issued by the Foreign Office of their destination.