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Aeroflot to Transport Ski Equipment Free of Charge


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Ahead of the coming winter season Aeroflot announces that starting from 1 November, 2016 to 15 May, 2017 it provides a free extra baggage piece to carry one set of skiing equipment with a total weight of up to 23 kg.

A set of skiing equipment includes a ski bag containing a pair of skis and a pair of ski poles, and/or an individually packed pair of ski boots or a bag containing a snowboard and/or an individually packed pair of snowboard boots.

An extra free piece of baggage to carry ski equipment is exempt from excess baggage charge, is not indicated in the ticket and is granted at check-in subject to aircraft technical capacity. The offer is not valid on flights SU3000-4999 operated by partner airlines.

Aeroflot has a special focus on support of sports and promotion of healthy lifestyle. Catering to numerous requests of passengers flying to ski resorts in autumn and winter, Aeroflot provides free-of-charge transportation of skiing equipment.

Additional information is available from Aeroflot’s 24-hour call centre: +7-495-223-5555 (Moscow), 8-800-444-5555 (toll-free in Russia), using the freephone numbers for the call centre worldwide, or in the airline’s own sales offices.

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