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1940 - 1949
For international timetables before 1950, go to the Soviet Union timetables section. In those post-war years, Aeroflot conducted not many international flights, so no separate timetables were made for them. These flights were included in the all-union timetables.
1950 - 1959
Prague - Moscow - Prague

Summer schedule of 1955, the 3 times weekly flight OK-593/4 Prague to Moscow via Vilnius. (travel time 7h 15min to Moscow, 7h 45 min to Prague)

2 pp,  x mm, RU
1955
Moscow - Peking - Moscow

Summer schedule of 1955 for the daily passenger and postal flight between Moscow and Peking, SU-135/6. (travel time 33 h 55 min to Peking, 36 h 45 min to Moscow). The flight routing was Moscow - Kazan - Sverdlovsk - Omsk - Novosibirsk - Krasnoyarsk - Irkutsk - Ulan-Bator - Peking.

2 pp, 77  x 116 mm, RU
Г-2990-55. Тип. РИО ГУГВФ. Order 836/3895
1955
Winter 1955, 1 October - 14 May 1956

On the cover Ilyushin 12 CCCP-L1851 flying overhead Moscow. Inside, information for passengers, timetable for Aeroflot's int'l flights, few illustrations and long tables of tariffs for passengers, luggage and cargo. Also a list of addresses worldwide of ticket offices and a fold-out map with the routes.

36 pp plus fold-out map, 145 x 220 mm, RU
Main Directorate of the Civil Air Fleet at the Council of Ministers of the USSR, 1955
Winter 1955, 1 October - 14 May 1956

On the cover Ilyushin 12P CCCP-L1827. It started its career at the International Flights Directorate in 1949. Apart from the front and backcover, the timetable is identical as the one seen on the left.

36 pp plus fold-out map, 145 x 220 mm, RU
Main Directorate of the Civil Air Fleet at the Council of Ministers of the USSR, 1955
Moscow - Belgrade, valid from 1 February 1956

On the cover artwork of Ilyushin 14 CCCP-L5011 flying between the Soviet and the Yugoslavian flag. Routing for the flight from Moscow to Belgrade was via Kiev, Lvov and Budapest. In total it took about 10 hours.At some weekdays the flight continued to Tirana. Also a table for connecting flights by JUAT from Belgrade and the tariffs from Moscow.

4 pp, 104 x 210 mm, RU
1956
Summer 1956
second issue

38 pp including fold-out map, 210 x 235 mm, RU
1956
Moscow - Peking

Timetable for the flights: Moscow - Ulan-Bator - Peking - Moscow & Moscow - Pyongyang - Moscow
Winter 1956-57

3 panels (6 pp), 213 x 145 mm, RU
1956
Moscow - Peking

Timetable for the flights: Moscow - Irkutsk - Ulan-Bator - Peking - Moscow & Moscow - Chita - Pyongyang - Moscow
Winter 1957-58

3 panels (6 pp), 215 x 145 mm, RU
1957
1957, January - April
second issue

42 pp including fold-out map, 210 x 240 mm, RU
1957
Summer 1957

3 panels, 213 x 235 mm, RU-EN
1957
Winter 1957
first issue

12 pages including folding map, 220 x 251 mm, RU-EN
1957
Visit the USSR through Intourist
Fly there by Aeroflot / Sabena Belgian Airlines

Intourist brochure presenting tours in the USSR and showing the timetable to fly between  Moscow and Brussels by Aeroflot (Tu-104A) and Sabena (DC-7C), valid from 1 August 1958.

4 pp, 98 x 217  mm, FR-EN-GE
1958

Summer 1958, from 1 April
first issue

12 pages, 205 x 233 mm, RU
1958
Winter 1958
first issue

16 pages, 210 x 228 mm, RU-EN
1958
Summer 1959

20 pages, 210 x 232 mm, RU-EN
1959
Winter 1959

24 pages, 208 x 230 mm, RU
1959
1960 - 1969
Summer 1960

36 pp, 218 x 238 mm, RU-EN
1960 - 10,000
Summer 1960
second issue

36 pp, 220 x 242 mm, RU-EN
1960
Summer 1960, 15 May - 1 November
route Moscow - Cairo

4 panels (8 pp), 115 x 270 mm, RU
Aeroflot Advertising Office Item N° 95 Order N° 4749
1960 - 5,000
Summer 1960, 1 April - 31 October 1960
route Moscow - Brussels

3 panels (6 pp), 108 x 231 mm, FR
1960
Winter 1960

40 pp plus 1 pp with alterations, 225 x 247 mm, RU-EN
1960
Summer 1961
first issue

36 pp plus 1 loose page with alterations, 221 x 243 mm, RU-EN
1961
Summer 1961

short version

4 panels (8 pp), 113 x 255 mm, EN
From Europe to Asia via Moscow
Summer 1961

On the cover is 'winter timetable' printed but inside it shows the Aeroflot international flight schedule for summer 1961.

4 panels (8 pp), 104 x 229 mm, EN
1961
Winter 1961

44 pp, 215 x 248 mm, RU-EN
1961
Summer 1962, N°1



48 pp, 214 x 250 pp, RU-EN
1962
Summer 1962, 1 April - 31 October

Timetable and tariffs for tourists from Belgium and the Netherlands. It also presents 3 Intourist tours: a 6-day tour to Moscow, a 10-day tour to Moscow & Leningrad and a 12-day tour to Moscow, Leningrad & Kiev.
Furthermore, it gives information on how to obtain a visa and prices for individual and group travel.

5 panels (10 pp), 105 x 220 mm, FR-DU, 1962
Summer 1963, 1 April - 31 October

56 pp, 223 x 253 mm, RU-EN
Moscow, 1963
Summer 1963, 1 April - 31 October

Timetable and tariffs for passengers from Belgium and the Netherlands

4 panels (8 pp), 106 x 221, FR-DU
1963
Summer 1964, 1 April - 31 October

76 pp, 218 x 247 mm, RU-EN
Moscow, 1964
Summer 1964, 1 April - 31 October

short version

5 panels (10 pp), 114 x 265 mm, EN
Aeroflot Advertising Agency, 1963
Summer 1964, 1 April - 31 October

Timetable and fares for passengers from Belgium and Netherlands. It shows a separate timetable for SU041/042 Moscow - Amsterdam - Brussels and a large timetable with other international flights operated by Tu-104,Tu-104A, Tu-104B, Il-18, Tu-124, Tu-114. Also a fares table is included for several international and all-union flights.

4 panels (8 pp), 105 x 221 mm, DU-FR
Summer 1965, 1 April - 31 October

3 panels (6 pp), 203 x 230 mm, RU-EN
1965
Winter 1965, 1 November - 31 March 1966
first issue

4 pp, 203 x 234 mm, RU-EN
1965
Winter 1966, 1 November - 31 March 1967
first issue

5 panels (10 pp), 116 x 262 mm, RU-EN
Riga, 1966 - 70,000
Winter 1966, 1 November - 31 March 1967
routes from Budapest

In Hungarian language, it presents the flight schedule for the route Moscow - Budapest by Aeroflot and Malev. Also the Aeroflot route Moscow - Budapest - Tunis - Alger - Rabat - Moscow schedule  by Il-18. On the cover the Tupolev logo is also present.

4 pp, 130 x 252 mm, HU
Summer 1967, 1 April - 31 October
first issue

6 panels (12 pp), 117 x 253 mm, RU-EN
1967 - 100,000
Summer 1967, 1 April - 31 October
routes from Budapest

In Hungarian language, it presents the flight schedule for the route Moscow - Budapest by Aeroflot and Malev. Also the Aeroflot route Moscow - Budapest - Tunis - Alger - Rabat - Moscow schedule  by Il-18 as well as tariffs to many USSR destinations. A large routemap is included.

5 panels (10 pp), 118 x 260 mm, HU-RU
1967 - 100,000
Summer 1967, 6 June - 8 September
route Budapest - Kiev - Simferopol

4 pp, 110 x 258 mm, HU-RU
1967
Summer 1967, 1 April - 31 October

Shows the Representatives of Aeroflot in Stockholm, Copenhagen and Helsinki and a routemap.

5 panels (10 pp), 97 x 235 mm, EN
1967
Summer 1967, 1 April - 31 October

Issue 1, Ministry of Civil Aviation

44 pp (single sided), 170 x 215 mm, RU
1967
Summer 1968, 1 April - 31 October, publication N°2



24 pp incl. a double fold-out, 201 x 228 mm, EN
1968
Summer 1968, 1 April - 31 October
Prague - Moscow, Prague - Kiev - Sochi and Prague - Leningrad

Both Aeroflot and CSA Czech Airlines flights.

4pp, x  mm, CZ
1968
Winter 1968, 1 November - 1 April 1969
first issue

18 pp, 201 x 240 mm, RU-EN
1968
Winter 1969, 1 November - 31 March 1970
second issue

20 pp, 200 x 240 mm, RU-EN
1969
1970 - 1979
Summer 1970, 1 April - 31 October

2nd issue, Ministry of Civil Aviation

88 pp (single sided), 150 x 214 mm, RU
1970
Winter 1970, 1 November - 31 March 1971

Timetable for international flights in English but with Japanese covers and a page with Tokyo travel agencies. In the middle a large routemap and a separate sheet with the flights Tokyo - Moscow - Paris & Tokyo - Moscow - London by Il-62.

12 double pages plus 1 loose sheet, 100 x 230 mm, JA-EN
1970

Summer 1971, 1 April - 31 October

28 pp, 200 x 220 mm, EN
1971
Summer 1973, 1 April - 31 October 1973

Japanese language

xx pp, xxx x xxx mm, JA
1973
Summer 1973, 1 April - 31 October
preliminary issue

20 pp, 200 x 220 mm, EN
1973
Winter 1973, 1 November - 31 March 1974
preliminary issue

32 pp, 200 x 220 mm, EN
1973
Summer 1974, 1 April - 31 October
first issue

36 pp, 200 x 220 mm, EN
1974
Summer 1974, 1 April - 31 October

Timetable for flights to the USA. New York - London - Moscow & Washington - Paris - Moscow. All operated by Il-62.

3 panels (6 pp), 93 x 216 mm, EN
Winter 1974, 1 November - 31 March 1975
preliminary issue

16 pp, 202 x 220 mm, EN
1974
Summer 1975, 1 April - 31 October
first issue

32 pp, 200 x 220 mm, EN
1975
Winter 1975, 1 November - 31 March 1977
first issue

32 pp, 201 x 220 mm, EN
1975
Summer 1976, 1 April - 31 October
first issue

32 pp, 202 x 221 mm, EN
1976
Moscow - Luxemburg - Madrid

Announcement of the opening of the new route Moscow - Luxemburg - Madrid on 16 July 1976 by Tu-154.

4 pp, 102 x 222 mm, RU-SP-EN
Aviareklama, 1976
Winter 1976, 1 November - 31 March 1977
preliminary issue

20 pp, 200 x 220 mm, EN
1976
Winter 1976, 1 November - 31 March 1977
first issue

32 pp, 200 x 220 mm, EN
1976
Summer 1977, 1 April - 31 October
first issue

32 pp, 200 x 220 mm, EN
1977
Summer 1977, 1 April - 31 October
Blue Swan  - Aeroflot

Timetable for international flights, including cargo, in dual Japanese - English language.

20 pp, 210 x 242 mm, JA-RU

Summer 1977, South-East Asia - Europe

This wallet sized timetable shows the flight schedule for Aeroflot routes from April until October 1977 between Copenhagen, Moscow, Bombay, Karachi, New Delhi, Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore and Jakarta. All are operated by Il-62.

card, 88 x 63 mm, EN
1977

Moscow - Kingston

Aeroflot offers the new trans-Atlantic air route Kingston - Moscow. Inaugurated 7 July, 1979
This 15,000 km air route is operated by Il-62M. It takes you in 21 hours 35 minutes from Jamaica to Moscow, the venue of the 1980 Olympics. Routing is Moscow - Luxemburg - Rabat - Havana - Kingston - Lima

4 pp, 122 x 225 mm, RU-EN-SP
Aviareklama, 1979

Summer 1979, 1 April - 31 October
first issue

32 pp, 200 x 220 mm, EN
1979
Summer 1979, 1 April - 31 October
from London (Heathrow) to Moscow, Leningrad, Tokyo and The Far East

Summer schedule London to Moscow & Tokyo by Il-62 and London - Copenhagen - Leningrad by Tu-104B. It also shows Moscow transit flights to the Middle East and Asia and freight services.

3 panels (6 pp), 102 x 215 mm ,EN
1979
Winter 1979, 1 November - 31 March

Timetable for flights between the DDR and the USSR (SU and IF)

4 pp, 100 x 144 mm, DE
Berlin, 1979
Winter 1979, 1 November - 31 March
first issue

20 pp, 200 x 220 mm, EN
1979
1980 - 1989
Summer 1980, First Issue

24 pp, 201 x 220 mm, EN
1980
Summer 1980, 1 April - 31 October
second issue

20 pp, 200 x 220 mm, EN
1980
Summer 1981, 1 April - 31 October
second issue

16 pp, 201 x 220 mm, EN
1981
Summer 1981, 1 April - 31 October

Flights between several cities in East Germany and the USSR during summer 1981. Aircraft in use are Tu-134, Tu-154 and Il-86. Also the flight Athens - Berlin with Tu-154 is included.

4 pp, 112 x 222 mm, GE
Aviareklama, 1981
Summer 1982, 1 April - 31 October
second issue

20 pp, 200 x 220 mm, EN
Winter 1982, 1 November - 31 March
first issue

16 pp, 200 x 220 mm, EN
Summer 1983, 1 April - 31 October
first issue

24 pp, 200 x 220 mm, EN
1983
Teheran - Moscow

Announcement of the new Teheran - Moscow route starting 5 May 1983. The Il-62 will cover the 2760 km distance in 3 hours 30 minutes.

2 pp, 192 x 205 mm, RU-EN
Aviareklama, 1983
Winter 1984, 28 October - 30 March 1985
first issue

16 pp, 200 x 220 mm, EN
1984
Summer 1985, 31 March - 26 October
second issue

24 pp, 200 x 220 mm, EN
1985
Winter 1986, 28 October 1986 - 28 March 1987
first issue

48 pp, 104 x 200 mm, EN
1986
Summer 1987, 29 March - 24 October
first issue

52 pp, 106 x 200 mm, EN
1987
Summer 1988, 27 March - 29 October
first issue

52 pp, 106 x 201 mm, EN
1988
Summer 1988, Budapest - Moscow
27 March - 29 October

Timetable for flights from Moscow to Budapest and connections to Warsaw - Leningrad, Sochi, Simferopol, Kiev and African destinations

8 pp, 100 x 140 mm, HU
1988
Winter 1988, 30 October - 25 March

Flights between DDR and USSR

6 panels (12 pp), 87 x 161 mm, GE             
1988
Summer 1989, 26 March - 28 October
first issue

52 pp, 105 x 200 mm, EN
1989
Summer 1989, 26 March - 28 October
second issue

56 pp, 105 x 200 mm, EN
1989
1990 - 1991
Summer 1991, 31 March - 26 October
first issue

56 pp, 105 x 200 mm, EN
1991
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