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Aeroflot's International Air Services
Aeroflot's International Air Services

Sales Brochures - Рекламные Брошюры
Stand of the USSR at the 15th International Aviation Exhibition

28 pp, 211 x 137 mm, FR
Paris, 1936
International Air Services of the Soviet Union

5 panels (10 pp), 99 x 215 mm, RU
Routemap

6 panels (12 pp), 105 x 230 mm, RU
1957
Route Map

On the cover: the statue of Yuriy Dolgorukiy, founder of Moscow in 1147. The bronze statue was erected in 1954 in Tverskaya Square (then Soviet Square), Moscow. The backcover is decorated with an Il-18 flying over the Taj Mahal, the famous mausoleum in Agra, India. Inside are maps of the routes Moscow - Tashkent - Delhi and Moscow - Tashkent - Termez - Kabul. Also a table with ticket fares and a list of Aeroflot agencies worldwide.

6 panels (12 pp), 110 x 239 mm, RU-EN
ca. 1960
Soviet Spaceman Yuri Gagarin honorary passenger of Aeroflot

4 pp, 93 x 226 mm, EN
1961
"Wonderful" is the Unanimous Opinion

3 panels (6 pp), 100 x 220 mm, FR*
Aeroflot Advertising Office, item 193
Kaunas, 1962 - 10,000
* also in English (20,000)
Routemap

6 panels (12 pp), 108 x 239 mm, RU-EN
order 374
Routemaps

8 pp + 1 errata, 100 x 219 mm, RU-EN
Aeroflot Advertising Office
Kaunas, 1963
Instructions to Passengers

3 panels (6 pp) plus foldout (345 x 98 mm), 115 x 221 mm, RU-EN
Airways to Everywhere

28 pp, 270 x 205 mm, EN
1964
Notice of Passengers

4 pp, 165 x 100 mm, RU-EN
1967
World Time Calculator

4 pp, 102 x 102 mm, EN
Aeroflot

8 panels (16 pp), 95 x 210 mm, EN
1967
Russian Winter

4 panels (8 pp), 100 x 205 mm, RU-EN
Aviareklama
Towards New Goals

3 panels (6 pp), 105 x 230 mm, IT
1969
For the Skyfarer

28 pp, 100 x 227 mm, RU-EN
Expo '70 Via Moscow

4 pp, 100 x 221 mm, EN
1970
Aeroflot International Airlines

20 pp, 234 x 234 mm, EN
Aviareklama, 1972
Land and Sea are Approaching

24 pp, 287 x 200 mm, GE
Aviareklama
Regular Flights Paris - Moscow - Tokyo
Paris - Moscow, Paris - Leningrad, Montreal - Paris - Moscow

3 panels (6 pp), 112 x 230 mm, FR
ca. 1971-72
printed in France
By Aeroflot from South-East Asia to Europe


16 pp, 220 x 240 mm, RU-EN
Aviareklama
Of Interest to Passengers on International Air Routes

12 pp, 105 x 130 mm, SP
Aviareklama, ca. 1976
Aeroflot Abroad

4 panels (8 pp), 141 x 200 mm, EN
Aviareklama
For the Passenger of International Air Routes

16 pp, 102 x 138 mm, FR
Aviareklama
Wings of Friendship

28 pp, 206 x 190 mm, GE
Aviareklama, 1977
Copenhagen - Moscow - Tokyo

6-page brochure promoting the 'Trans-Siberian Express' flight Copenhagen - Moscow - Tokyo together with SAS, Scandinavian Airlines. Aeroflot operates the 9671 km long flight twice weekly by Il-62.

3 panels (6 pp), 100 x 200 mm, EN
Aviareklama
Aeroflot Abroad

4 panels (8 pp), 140 x 200 mm, RU
Aviareklama
Over Countries and Continents

4 panels (8 pp), 200 x 200 mm, GE
Aviareklama, ca. 1974-75
Western Europe - Moscow - Tokyo

20 pp,  x mm, EN
Lines for Friendship and Brotherhood

4 panels (8 pp), 140 x 200 mm, RU
Aviareklama
Aeroflot in Children's View

'The Wings of Peace' was the name of the exhibition of children's drawings dedicated to the International Year of the child celebrated on the initiative of the UN in 1979.  The exhibition was a joint effort between the USSR Ministry of Culture and the Ministry of Civil Aviation. Children of different age from all over the Soviet Union sent in their work.

12 pp, 236 x 217 mm, EN
Aviareklama
To the Passenger of International Air Routes

16 pp, 102 x 140 mm, FR*
Aviareklama
*also in English
We invite you to fly with us


4 panels (8 pp), 138 x 200 mm, FR
Aviareklama
International Air Routes of Aeroflot

12 pp, 239 x 220 mm, IT*
Aviareklama
*also in German
Aeroflot International Routes

With the Bolshoi Theatre on the cover

12 pp, 242 x 220 mm, EN
Aviareklama
Aeroflot's International Routes

24 pp, 230 x 213 mm, EN
Aviareklama, 1990
Cargo by Plane

Want to transport your cargo by Aeroflot? This brochure gives you info about the cargo hatch dimensions of the passenger planes and the cargo plane An-12 which can be chartered. It shows the routemap Amsterdam - Moscow - Vladivostok - Nakhodka - Yokohama. The route from Europe to Vladivostok by plane and from Vladivostok to Nakhodka by lorry and from there to Yokohama by diesel-ship.

4 panels (8 pp), 110 x 210 mm, EN
Aviareklama
International Soviet Air Routes


12 pp, 237 x 220 mm, EN
International Air Routes of the USSR

12 pp, 240 x 219 mm, EN
Aeroflot's International Routes


12 pp, 240 x 220 mm, EN*
Aviareklama, ca. 1981
*also in French
Routes of Peace and Friendship


12 pp, 238 x 218 mm, GE
Aviareklama
International Services of Aeroflot


16 pp, 237 x 219 mm, EN*
* also in French
Flight Charts

,  x  mm, EN
Aviareklama
Meet Aeroflot

16 pp, 200 x 200 mm, EN
Aviareklama
60 Years Airlines

Short overview of the development of Aeroflot from 1923 till 1983.

4 panels (8 pp), 138 x 200 mm, GE
Aviareklama
International Routes of Aeroflot


24 pp, 231 x 214 mm, SP
Aviareklama, 1985
International Routes

24 pp, 230 x 216 mm, RU
Aviareklama, 1988
Aeroflot's International Airlines

24 pp, 230 x 220 mm, EN
Aviareklama
The Russian Souvenir

24 pp, 235 x 217 mm, EN
Aviareklama
The Russian Souvenirs


24 pp, 230 x 214 mm, FR
Aviareklama, 1985
International Aeroflot Routes

16 pp, 230 x 215 mm, GE
Aviareklama, 1991
Series of plastic lapel pins with 'Aeroflot' titles

Cargo transport - Welcome aboard - Good service - Airmail transport - Service for elderly - Catering on Board
Zeit Im Bild 6/1963, 1. Februarheft 1963
Dresden, DDR, 1963

frontcover (270 x 370 mm)

Stewardess Lydia: Millionaire in the Air

2-page article: Citius, Altius, Fortius (Faster, Higher, Stronger)
Moscow-Sheremetyevo Airport
The airport was originally built as a military airfield called Sheremetyevsky (Russian: Шереметьевский) named after a settlement with the same name. The decree about the construction of the Central Airdrome of the Air Force near the settlement of Chashnikovo (Russian: Чашниково) on the outskirts of Moscow was issued on September 1, 1953 by the Council of Ministers of the Soviet Union. The airport became operational on October 7, 1957 to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the October Revolution.
After it was decided to turn the airport into a civilian one, Sheremetyevo was opened on 11 August 1959; the first international flight took place on 1 June 1960 to Berlin Schönefeld Airport. The new airport received its name for two nearby venues: the village of Sheremetyevsky and the Savelov station on the railway of the same name. Sheremetyevo-1 (used by domestic flights) was opened on 3 September 1964. On 12 September 1967, the first scheduled passenger flight of the Tupolev Tu-134 departed from Sheremetyevo (to Stockholm), followed by the first scheduled flight of the Ilyushin Il-62 (to Montreal) on 15 September. Sheremetyevo-2, the larger of the two terminal complexes, opened on 1 January 1980 for the 1980 Summer Olympics. It was built according to the principles of design of Hannover-Langenhagen Airport and was the arrival and departure point for international flights. Flights to cities in Russia and charter flights arrived and departed from Sheremetyevo-1. There is no physical connection between the two terminal complexes; they are essentially separate airports that use the same set of runways.
The International Airport of Sheremetyevo

16 pp, 200 x 200 mm, FR
ca. 1964
International Airport Sheremetyevo

32 pp, 221 x 215 mm, EN
ca. 1973
How to get to Sheremetyevo Airport

2 pp, x  mm, RU
200,000
Moscow-Sheremetyevo-2
International Airport of Sheremetyevo


12 pp, 238 x 219 mm, FR*
Aviareklama
*also in German
International Sheremetievo Airport

4 panels (8 pp), 130 x 300 mm, RU-EN
Aviareklama
Hotel Sheremetyevo

12 pp, 200 x 185 mm, RU-EN
Aviareklama
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