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Russia's Aeroflot Sees Passenger Numbers Down 11% In 2022

By Dave Simpson
Russia's Aeroflot Sees Passenger Numbers Down 11% In 2022

Russia's Aeroflot said on Thursday 26 January it carried 40.7 million passengers in 2022, an 11% fall on its 2021 passenger numbers, as the United States and Europe banned Russian airlines from using their air space or airports.

2019

In 2019, before COVID-19 hit airlines around the world, Russia's No. 1 airline group carried 60.7 million passengers.

Subsidiaries

Passenger numbers include those carried on Aeroflot's subsidiaries, such as low-cost airline Pobeda.

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