Flights from Manchester to Moscow from £38.98 return @ Easyjet
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Flights from Manchester to Moscow from £38.98 return @ Easyjet

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Found 1st Aug 2013
This is a flight from Manchester on 11th September 2013, returning from Moscow on Monday 23rd September, 2013.

This does not include luggage in the hold but this can be paid for as an extra. Seat selection from £3.00.
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Great price, I thought there is a high charge for a visa to Russia...? About £75...? Happily be corrected though
"This does not include luggage in the hold but this can be paid for as an extra"

For £32 a bag should anyone be interested.
SpartanDavie

Great price, I thought there is a high charge for a visa to Russia...? … Great price, I thought there is a high charge for a visa to Russia...? About £75...? Happily be corrected though



Looks like its £115! visitrussia.org.uk/visa/

So with that and a bag this bargain is now £186! oO
Edited by: "cdm22" 1st Aug 2013
£50 for visa, £20 for agency admin chrage and £10 for letter of invitaion, plus more if you need docs posted to you if you can'ty apply in person at london visa centre! Flights are a great price tho



Edited by: "soccerroos123" 1st Aug 2013
Its amazing low cost airlines now offer such exotic routes, i went in 07 and it was strictly a premium destination. I had to send my passport to a visa service for a very large fee, back then apparently you were only eligible if a russian citizen invited you and would vouch! I'm sure it will quadruple by the time you sort the paperwork and baggage etc. Still my BA fights were £400 each return, six years ago when flights were cheaper! Heat!
This is one for Edward Snowden, but why he'd want to fly to Manchester I'm not sure, don't see us giving him asylum...
cdm22

Looks like its £115! https://www.visitrussia.org.uk/visa/So with that and … Looks like its £115! https://www.visitrussia.org.uk/visa/So with that and a bag this bargain is now £186! oO



Not if you have an Irish passport...............
I wen't a couple of years ago - the visa is expensive and the accommodation is very expensive - but it a fabulous place to visit - the metro is great and a lot of history to see - probably my favourite City.
The flight price is a really hot deal.
Banned
cdm22

Looks like its £115! https://www.visitrussia.org.uk/visa/So with that and … Looks like its £115! https://www.visitrussia.org.uk/visa/So with that and a bag this bargain is now £186! oO


Plus I think it is actually the most expensive city in the world now

plus the airport is 47km from Moscow Centre.....................
i dread to think how much they will charge in 2018
i had a great time moscow. but beware very few people can speak english so if dont know any russki id think twice about going and its also very expensive! . ps.the russian girls are hot!
http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-8y75jgZjkck/T6F9Cq854aI/AAAAAAAAAh4/yfm4bI4aRzE/s1600/welcome_to_russia2-300x279.jpg
Xenophobic, racist, homophobic country. Not to mention rude. I might go in 50 years when their attitudes catch up with the rest of the modern world.
Neiliboy

Xenophobic, racist, homophobic country. Not to mention rude. I might go … Xenophobic, racist, homophobic country. Not to mention rude. I might go in 50 years when their attitudes catch up with the rest of the modern world.


http://img-fotki.yandex.ru/get/58191/82366173.0/0_7074b_25c8e195_XL
12 days in russia? oO
SpartanDavie

Great price, I thought there is a high charge for a visa to Russia...? … Great price, I thought there is a high charge for a visa to Russia...? About £75...? Happily be corrected though

great price for russians. heat added X)
Edited by: "tissot22" 1st Aug 2013
Hi visa costs but worth it just for givivg Snowden a pat on the back.
pfarre10

Its amazing low cost airlines now offer such exotic routes, i went in 07 … Its amazing low cost airlines now offer such exotic routes, i went in 07 and it was strictly a premium destination. I had to send my passport to a visa service for a very large fee, back then apparently you were only eligible if a russian citizen invited you and would vouch! I'm sure it will quadruple by the time you sort the paperwork and baggage etc. Still my BA fights were £400 each return, six years ago when flights were cheaper! Heat!



Moscow... Exotic? I can honestly say I've never heard those 2 words in the same sentence before!

And I don't think the visa process is much different now - I'm pretty sure it still requires a Russian citizen to vouch for you, something the hotel you plan to stay at will generally do.
tan159

Hi visa costs but worth it just for givivg Snowden a pat on the back.



scrap that just seen the news he's got asylum in russia so no doubt will do an elvis
Pipcola

Not if you have an Irish passport...............



It looks like it's still €60 for Irish people. I personally wouldn't pay anywhere near that much for a visa just in principal - particularly when you can travel to most of the ex-Soviet states for free anyway.
tan159

scrap that just seen the news he's got asylum in russia so no doubt will … scrap that just seen the news he's got asylum in russia so no doubt will do an elvis



Release a rock album?
Do they still have the HIV test requirement for business visas?
charliebrownfazer

This is one for Edward Snowden, but why he'd want to fly to Manchester … This is one for Edward Snowden, but why he'd want to fly to Manchester I'm not sure, don't see us giving him asylum...



We are America's lapdog, he wouldn't be here 5 minutes before being handed over to them.
shadowdogg

We are America's lapdog, he wouldn't be here 5 minutes before being … We are America's lapdog, he wouldn't be here 5 minutes before being handed over to them.



On what legal basis wouldn't we, or pretty much any other US ally with an extradition treaty, hand him over? He's a US fugitive - just because you happen to like what he's done, doesn't mean he hasn't broken the law.

Though as he hasn't jepodised innocent lives like Manning has (yet anyway - he claims to have much more sensitive documents), I don't particularly want him to be handed over to the US anyway. (And saying that, nor do I have much face Manning got a fair trial anyway)

And before you start praising Russia for not giving into the evil US bullies, perhaps you should remember Russia also refuse to cooperate with us when their citizens do things such as murder British residents in London...
Edited by: "callum9999" 1st Aug 2013
callum9999

On what legal basis wouldn't we, or pretty much any other US ally with an … On what legal basis wouldn't we, or pretty much any other US ally with an extradition treaty, hand him over? He's a US fugitive - just because you happen to like what he's done, doesn't mean he hasn't broken the law.Though as he hasn't jepodised innocent lives like Manning has (yet anyway - he claims to have much more sensitive documents), I don't particularly want him to be handed over to the US anyway. (And saying that, nor do I have much face Manning got a fair trial anyway)And before you start praising Russia for not giving into the evil US bullies, perhaps you should remember Russia also refuse to cooperate with us when their citizens do things such as murder British residents in London...



Although I agree with you on many points I think the sentiment and the fact is that the U.S has no extradition treaty with any country and I myself believe this is digusting that we hand over "ours" whilst having a point blank refusal to do likewise no matter how culpible their citizens are. On topic okish deal taking into account the "add ons".
callum9999

On what legal basis wouldn't we, or pretty much any other US ally with an … On what legal basis wouldn't we, or pretty much any other US ally with an extradition treaty, hand him over? He's a US fugitive - just because you happen to like what he's done, doesn't mean he hasn't broken the law.Though as he hasn't jepodised innocent lives like Manning has (yet anyway - he claims to have much more sensitive documents), I don't particularly want him to be handed over to the US anyway. (And saying that, nor do I have much face Manning got a fair trial anyway)And before you start praising Russia for not giving into the evil US bullies, perhaps you should remember Russia also refuse to cooperate with us when their citizens do things such as murder British residents in London...



I want America to be brought down in power. Don't forget they waited for us to be bankrupt before helping us with WW2. We never recovered and 'lent' us money to help. America has never been of any real use to Britain. China may do stuff but at least they quite openly admit it. I remember reading about China saying this to the USA, how about you sort out your own human right issues before butting in on ours.
Edited by: "shadowdogg" 1st Aug 2013
i was there last year when celtic played there - it wasnt that expensive if u stay in the old olympic hotels 5 star (probably our equivalent of 3/4 stars) the underground is cheap and food is like any european city some dear some cheap. The architecture kremlin etc is amazing. They are a very dour lot but I suppose if we were under tyranny we wouldnt be smiling. I would reccomend it but 12 days a bit much.
shadowdogg

I want America to be brought down in power. Don't forget they waited for … I want America to be brought down in power. Don't forget they waited for us to be bankrupt before helping us with WW2. We never recovered and 'lent' us money to help. America has never been of any real use to Britain.



Yes they used the rest of the allies as a monopoly board....how kind of them to rescue us....
Supalynz

Yes they used the rest of the allies as a monopoly board....how kind of … Yes they used the rest of the allies as a monopoly board....how kind of them to rescue us....



America wouldn't have even bothered joining if it wasn't for pearl harbour and Germany wouldn't want to have America being involved in this battle as soon as they did but they had a treaty with Japan after all I guess.
Been 4 or 5 times since autumn.

Get a visa from the agency used by the embassy - not via an agency using the agency. rusemb.org.uk/lon…fc/

Single entry is about £80, double a tenner more. Plus the invite/preglisheniye which my work does, so I am unsure of the price. A scan emailed is acceptable rather than waiting on it being posted. A multi entry is about £200 so viable if you know you will keep needing to go back.

If there more than a few days you need registration, which your hotel will do normally for about 3-500ruru. Registration is needed in each area/oblast you will stay for more than a couple of days. After the hotel fills it in - they take it to a post office.

Flight goes into Domodedova well out to the south, about 25 mins on the fast (red) train into central Moscow (Paveletskaya). Green train is slower & cheaper. Buses can take you to the outskirts of the Metro for 100ruru (£2) then about 30ruru/60p takes you anywhere on the large Metro if you are taking the student approach.

Snowden was at Sheremetyevo, which is about 11 o'clock from the centre.

The city looks like most others, although is 2-3 times the size of London & the M25 is called the Mickad (MKAD).

Red Sq/St Basils/GUM are quite impressive, & GUM (shops) uses Roman/English rather than Cyrillic in shops as its seen as upmarket. The "7 sisters" buildings are Stalin era architecture & are massively impressive.

The tallest building in Europe is a TV tower not far north of the centre, with a restaurant quite high up. Your passport is needed for entry, & really is meant to be carried all the time, as darker skinned people get checked by the Politsiya at Metro stations.

VDNX "Viddencha" Metro north on the orange line takes you to a Soviet themed park commemorating the 15 states, & space travel. There is also a museum of alcohol abuse!

With the recent influx of christians from ex Soviet states, Moscow has become quite religious. No more 24 hour beer, shops stop selling at 21.00 - gambling outlawed with the exception of a few places - pubs often pass anything off as something else.


tan159

scrap that just seen the news he's got asylum in russia so no doubt will … scrap that just seen the news he's got asylum in russia so no doubt will do an elvis



I guess he's aged a bit >

youtube.com/wat…kxo
Great deal and Hot OP, and less of the skewed history lessons on here please.
ibiza

Been 4 or 5 times since autumn.Get a visa from the agency used by the … Been 4 or 5 times since autumn.Get a visa from the agency used by the embassy - not via an agency using the agency. http://rusemb.org.uk/londonvfc/Single entry is about £80, double a tenner more. Plus the invite/preglisheniye which my work does, so I am unsure of the price. A scan emailed is acceptable rather than waiting on it being posted. A multi entry is about £200 so viable if you know you will keep needing to go back.If there more than a few days you need registration, which your hotel will do normally for about 3-500ruru. Registration is needed in each area/oblast you will stay for more than a couple of days. After the hotel fills it in - they take it to a post office.Flight goes into Domodedova well out to the south, about 25 mins on the fast (red) train into central Moscow (Paveletskaya). Green train is slower & cheaper. Buses can take you to the outskirts of the Metro for 100ruru (£2) then about 30ruru/60p takes you anywhere on the large Metro if you are taking the student approach.Snowden was at Sheremetyevo, which is about 11 o'clock from the centre.The city looks like most others, although is 2-3 times the size of London & the M25 is called the Mickad (MKAD).Red Sq/St Basils/GUM are quite impressive, & GUM (shops) uses Roman/English rather than Cyrillic in shops as its seen as upmarket. The "7 sisters" buildings are Stalin era architecture & are massively impressive.The tallest building in Europe is a TV tower not far north of the centre, with a restaurant quite high up. Your passport is needed for entry, & really is meant to be carried all the time, as darker skinned people get checked by the Politsiya at Metro stations.VDNX "Viddencha" Metro north on the orange line takes you to a Soviet themed park commemorating the 15 states, & space travel. There is also a museum of alcohol abuse!With the recent influx of christians from ex Soviet states, Moscow has become quite religious. No more 24 hour beer, shops stop selling at 21.00 - gambling outlawed with the exception of a few places - pubs often pass anything off as something else.



That's the level of Bureacracy that made FIFA choose Russia as a World Cup host, well that and the 'gifts' I guess, should make for lots of fun when the 'welcome' the world !
shadowdogg

America wouldn't have even bothered joining if it wasn't for pearl … America wouldn't have even bothered joining if it wasn't for pearl harbour and Germany wouldn't want to have America being involved in this battle as soon as they did but they had a treaty with Japan after all I guess.



No I'm sure they would have....no tongue in cheek here......
Edited by: "Supalynz" 1st Aug 2013
Northerndave

That's the level of Bureacracy that made FIFA choose Russia as a World … That's the level of Bureacracy that made FIFA choose Russia as a World Cup host, well that and the 'gifts' I guess, should make for lots of fun when the 'welcome' the world !




When Ukraine won & had to host Eurovsion, they took it as a reason to suspend then scrap the visa system.

To be fair to Russia - they massively relaxed the visa regime for the EU, but at the same time the UK was making it more complicated for Russians to access the UK, so the old Russian system was kept for the UK (& probably CTA states).
Neiliboy

Xenophobic, racist, homophobic country. Not to mention rude. I might go … Xenophobic, racist, homophobic country. Not to mention rude. I might go in 50 years when their attitudes catch up with the rest of the modern world.



Well, you can always try and claim asylum in Russia, but is Manchester really that bad?
shadowdogg

I want America to be brought down in power. Don't forget they waited for … I want America to be brought down in power. Don't forget they waited for us to be bankrupt before helping us with WW2. We never recovered and 'lent' us money to help. America has never been of any real use to Britain. China may do stuff but at least they quite openly admit it. I remember reading about China saying this to the USA, how about you sort out your own human right issues before butting in on ours.



So I can't forget that the President of the United States "waited for us to go bankrupt before helping us" - but I can forget that the President of Germany was responsible for the entire war in the first place? I don't judge current Germans based on the Nazis - why should I judge current Americans based on how they were in the 1940s? How utterly ridiculous.

And if you seriously believe that human rights abuses in the US are even in the same league as those in China then you are deluded. It sounds to me that, like so many others, you just have an irrational vendetta against America and manipulate events to fit in with it. As to your silly "human rights abuses aren't as bad if you openly admit to doing them" statement...

Edited by: "callum9999" 2nd Aug 2013
Bigoted anti-gay country .. don't support their economy in any way
avoid russia the visa application is a joke!!
11th September ................... lol people
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