£330 return flights to Hong Kong with Aeroflot (including free Moscow stopover) - HotUKDeals
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If you book through the Hong Kong Zuji website for dates in May, spending a couple of days in Moscow on the way out, you can get flights to Hong Kong for £330. If you don't spend a few days in Moscow on the way out, then you will get hit with higher APD and the price goes up to £370. You need to choose London Heathrow as the departing website or the fare may not come up. Airline is not too great (e.g. no inflight entertainment), but the fare is good and the extra stopover is worthwhile for many.
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What do mean by APD? How much we are looking to spend for a few days in Moscow?
Aeroflot, hmm would I fly with them anywhere, I think the answer is a big NO! Just take a look on the web on their safety record, drunk pilots, son of a pilot who was at the controls when it crashed, the list goes on, not even if they offered free seats would I get on one of their planes!!!
I have flown with them, to Moscow. But I'd rather pay extra and fly with another airline to Hong Kong. Plus its a pain to get a russian visa if you're stopping off. (so add the cost of a visa as well)
Having flown with them once to Thailand via Moscow I would rather stay at home if no other flights were available!
Agreed that they're not a particularly good airline. There long distance flights don't have seat back TVs even. However, there safety record is actually pretty good. The last major crash (the one nictry refers to was in 1994.

If you only want to get to Hong Kong, then there are other airlines that aren't much more and would probably be a better bet. However, if you want to go to both Russia and Hong Kong then this is a very good value option.
Hmm, http://en.rian.ru/russia/20100203/157763582.html take a look, looks like you could be flying on any of these localised airlines that used to have even worse safety records than the national carrier themselves!!

Re the last crash on 1994

'On 14 September 2008, Boeing 737-500, Aeroflot Flight 821 crashed. The flight was operated by Aeroflot-Nord in a service agreement with Aeroflot. The air traffic controller noted that the plane was climbing and descending erratically. He instructed the plane to abort the approach and to line back up with the runway. The plane confirmed that everything was fine but continued its approach. ATC again instructed it to abort the approach and to contact another controller. The plane again did not follow its instructions and the first controller checked back in with the flight and told it to go around. The plane crashed into railroad tracks in the city of Perm in the Ural region of Russia. There were no survivors. '

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