How long to fly from Brussels to Moscow?
In Brussels, you were able to walk along the Grand Place, swim in the year-round pool “Oceanadium”, have fun at the disco “Celtica” and in the nightclub ‘Fuse”, see the Town Hall, the Royal Palace, St. Michael's Cathedral and the Palace of Charles of Lorraine, visit the Bellevue Museum and the Victor Horta Museum, admire the models of famous buildings in the park “Mini Europe”? And now you need to get information about the flight to Moscow?
How long to fly from Brussels to Moscow (direct flight)?
The Belgian and Russian capitals are 2250 km away (flight duration is 3.5 hours). For example, airliners “Brussels Airlines” will take you to “Domodedovo” in 3.5 hours, and “Aeroflot” - before “Sheremetyevo” in 3 hours 20 minutes.
Those interested in the cost of air tickets Brussels-Moscow should take note that in June, August and November they are sold at a price of 6400-9700 rubles.
Flight Brussels-Moscow with transfers
For connecting flights designed taking into account transfers in Munich, Rome, Warsaw, Prague, Istanbul and other cities, the flight will last from 5 to 23 hours. Flights to Moscow via Amsterdam (“KLM”) will increase the duration of your air trip to 5 hours via Madrid (“Air Europa”) - up to 10 o'clock, via London (“British airways”) - up to 6 hours, via Belgrade (“Jet airways”) - up to 7 hours, via Barcelona (“Iberia”) - until 12 noon, via Frankfurt am Main and Birmingham (“Lufthansa”) - up to 19 hours.
Which airlines fly from Brussels to Moscow?
You will be offered to fly from Brussels to Moscow on Airbus A 318, Canadair Regional Jet 900, Fokker 70, Avro RJ-100, De Havilland DHC-8 and other aircraft of the following air carriers: “Brussels Airlines”; “KLM”; “Iberia”; “TAROM”; “”GTK Russia.
Check-in for the Brussels-Moscow flight is made from Brussels Airport (BRU) - it is 12 km away from the Belgian capital (buses No. 471 and 272 go here). Tip: to make it easier to navigate and move around the airport, it is recommended to take a map. Here you can “get rid of” from a heavy burden, check in luggage to the luggage room, access the Internet using free Wi-Fi, ask for help from information office staff, buy everything you need in numerous stores, satisfy hunger at catering points, sit in comfortable seats in the zones recreation.
Things to do on the plane?
During the flight, you should think about who to give souvenirs from Brussels in the form of Belgian chocolate produced by companies “Guylian”and “Mary”, Flemish lace, mini-sculptures of a peeing boy, tapestries, a tiny copy of the Atomium, vases decorated with blue and white painting, fondue sets, antique clocks or candlesticks, porcelain dolls.