Aeroflot Online Check In

Since October 2009 it has been possible to check-in to Aeroflot flights on line – but not on every flight.

Basically, you can use the Aeroflot Online Check In system if you are flying out of Moscow Sheremetyevo to almost anywhere (the exceptions are Moscow flights to the United States or flights to India, because of strict anti-terrorism rules these countries have applied).  You can also check in online if you are taking flights to Russia with Aeroflot from any of the following airports:

  • Anapa (AAQ)
  • Astrakhan (ASF)
  • Baku (GYD)
  • Bangkok (BKK)
  • Barnaul (BAX)
  • Beijing (PEK)
  • Delhi (DEL)
  • Dubai (DBX)
  • Erevan (EVN)
  • Hanoi (HAN)
  • Kaliningrad (KGD)
  • Krasnoyarsk (KJA)
  • Larnaca (LCA)
  • London Heathrow (LHR)
  • Magadan (GDX)
  • Nizhnevartovsk (NJC)
  • Omsk (OMS)
  • Perm (PEE)
  • Petropavlovsk-Kamchatskiy (PKC)
  • Samara (KUF)
  • Seoul (SEL)
  • Shanghai (PVG)
  • St. Petersburg (LED)
  • Surgut (SGC)
  • Tokyo (NRT)
  • Tyumen (TJM)
  • Ufa (UFA)
  • Volgograd (VOG)
  • Yekaterinburg (SVX)
  • Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk (UUS)

To check in online, simply visit the Aeroflot checkin page and click the button at the bottom of the page to get started with printing your boarding pass.

Online check-in with Aeroflot Russian airways begins 24 hours before you flight departs, and ends 90 minutes before it departs. If you’re running late (or very very early!) you’ll need to check-in in person at the airport. You’ll also need to check-in in person if you are travelling with a child under two years of age, or if you have any special requirements, for example you use a wheelchair or are traveling with pets. Please note that you cannot check your hold luggage if you are checking in on line. You can still check in online, but you will have to present your luggage at the airport in the normal way.

Online check in services are currently available in Russian, English, French and German.

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