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Business Class on Aeroflot

Since Aeroflot is the largest airline for the world’s biggest country – and Russia’s national airline at that – you might expect Business Class on Aeroflot to be a bit more up-to-date than it is. The service and amenities are modern, to be sure, but the cabins still look like they’re quite old-school. The Business Class cabins look like they would be at home in Business Class on any domestic flight.

Still, despite old-school seat designs, Business Class on Aeroflot is decidedly nicer than flying coach on the Russian airline, and since there is no First Class on any Aeroflot flight the Business Class cabins are as good as you will get. Incidentally, Business Class on Aeroflot (which is called “Premier Class”) was once part of an array of upper class options – the airline got rid of all the other upper classes, however, merging them into one.

Seat & Bed

  • Seats recline further than in coach, but not to a lie-flat or fully-flat position
  • Seats are 19″ wide
  • Seats are upholstered in leather

Food & Beverages

  • Menus feature both Russian and European dishes
  • Meals catered by Russian company Aeromar
  • Welcome drinks served upon boarding
  • Selection of wine, champagne, liquor available during flights


  • Each passenger is provided with a personal DigEplayer if the aircraft does not have personal in-seat video screens
  • Each DigEplayer has on-demand entertainment pre-loaded
  • On-demand entertainment features movies (both Hollywood and Russan films), cartoons, short films, audio programming, and a kids’ channel
  • On some long-haul flights there are in-seat power ports for plugging in a laptop

Other Amenities

  • Complimentary amenity kits include slippers, a shoehorn, and travel sleeping mask in a convenient bag
  • Special complimentary kits are available for children
  • On long-haul flights, amenity kits may also include toiletry products