Up in the airMarch 24 in Russia
Flying from to London to Moscow there are 2 choices. British Airways, which now tries to sell you an M&S sandwich instead of including a meal in the £800 ticket price. Or Aeroflot, which only costs £250 and includes food. We did not go for the sandwich option.
Aeroflot is a lot more comfortable and friendly than when I last flew with them in 1992. Shiny new planes, smiling staff, and a perfectly acceptable airline lunch. The daal was a little on the dry side, and could have done with a drink alongside. The bulgar salad was about half dill, so we were clearly entering Russia. The fruit bar, despite an alarming mistranslation warning of bones, made an excellent change from.the usual fruit salad. My only real gripe was the passenger in front, who reclined as soon as permitted and talked non-stop - gesturing so violently that even a nod of the head bounced his seat against my my knees. Can't blame the airline for that - he was clearly Liverpool's faultRead more