Going to Russia for a holiday? Then book a flight to Moscow, where history and modernity come together in a heady mix of shopping centres, gold-domed citadels, and the throng of rosy-cheeked people.
Absolute luxury is offered by Emirates, from its First Class cabins with seven-course meals and private suites, to its Economy Class with ergonomic seats and almost a thousand movie channels, TV shows, and music to choose from. Personal seatback monitors and USB ports are also part of the package. On a flight to Moscow, a good night’s sleep is possible with Emirates’ sleeper seats for lying down flat. Star-sprinkled skies – part of the planes’ lighting technology – add to the dreamy atmosphere.
Expect a Milan-based airline to be as fashionable as its runways. Eurofly has seats printed with pink hibiscus, a motif by Italian fashion designer Fiorucci. With style comes comfort, and its seats are crafted by German car seat-maker Recaro. Equipped with footrests, adjustable headrests, and lumbar support, they can be reclined, too. Throw entertainment into the mix: Eurofly offers a huge selection of comedies, cartoons, and films, all shown on personal seatback monitors.
Catch a flight to Moscow on clickair, a Spanish budget carrier and the most punctual airline company in Spain and Europe in 2007. They offer a business class, which allows an extra piece luggage at no extra cost, last-minute flight changes for free, and Premium Seating.
Missed the latest Hollywood blockbuster? Then sit back and relax aboard bmi, which offers a wide range of entertainment options. Pokémon and Super Mario games are available, as is Voyager magazine, with features on food, travel, and history. Instead of popcorn, have a sandwich, chips, or chocolates from the in-flight menu. Flights to Moscow begin with a glass of complimentary champagne or orange juice.
All planes land in Moscow’s Domodedovo International Airport, which has an ISO 9001-2000 certificate indicating its commitment to providing high quality services.