Discover the extraordinary diversity that Russia has to offer while enjoying complete flexibility in your travels.
Whether for business or pleasure, traveling within Russia will be an unforgettable experience.
Russia is one of the most extraordinary countries in the world, boasting an almost unmatched depth of culture, historical riches and landscapes that have inspired artists and poets for generations. Ancient Moscow and magnificent St. Petersburg will awe you with their unique artistic heritage. Breathtaking scenery and the natural beauty of Siberia and the Far East are yours to discover!
And one easy, economical ticket can get you there. The Go Russia Pass offers you a choice of 30 destinations throughout Russia, giving you plenty of choice when planning your itinerary.
Travel at your own pace
To be eligible to purchase the SkyTeam Go Russia Pass, all you need to do is buy an international ticket to Russia on any SkyTeam airline that services the country. Another starting point can be the Go Round the World Pass, which you can purchase from any of SkyTeam’s 19 member airlines. Then, simply book your first flight within Russia with Aeroflot at least 3 days before your international departure. SkyTeam Go Russia allows you to go at your own pace travel whenever you are ready for your next discovery.
Flexible travel options
With SkyTeam Go Russia, you can take a minimum of 3 and a maximum of 16 flights. Each city on your itinerary may be visited twice, there is no minimum stay and the maximum stay is subject to your intercontinental ticket’s validity. Also, SkyTeam Go Russia is combinable with either a round-trip intercontinental ticket with a SkyTeam member airline or a SkyTeam Go Round the World Pass. Furthermore, you may visit the cities of your choice as many times as you wish and flight changes are allowed.
Go Russia and Frequent Flyer Miles
If you’re a member of a frequent flyer program with any SkyTeam member airline, you earn miles on qualifying flights.
For more specific information, please contact your travel agent or your frequent flyer program’s service center.