How long is the flight from Helsinki to Moscow? Time of flight Helsinki - Moscow

How long is the flight from Helsinki to Moscow?

In Helsinki, you walked along the Senate Square, saw the Temppelinaukio rock church and the Assumption Cathedral, had fun in the water entertainment complex “Serena” and an amusement park “Linnanmaki”, visited the aquarium “Sea life”, House-Museum of Mannerheim, spent time in the laser shooting range “Megazone Laser Tag”, Ice park, on the beach “Aurinkolahti Beach”, in nightlife “Kaivohuone” or “Tavastia”? And now you need to receive the details of the return flight.?

How long to fly from Helsinki to Moscow (direct flight)?

The Finnish capital is almost 900 km away from the Russian capital, which can be covered in 1-1.5 hours. WITH “Aeroflot” travelers will be in Moscow 1 hour 35 minutes after take-off, and from “Finnair” - after 1 hour 40 minutes.

Are you interested in the cost of air tickets Helsinki-Moscow? Their approximate cost is 10,250 rubles (in June there is a chance to get tickets for the price of 4,500 rubles).

Flight Helsinki-Moscow with transfers

You can get to your destination with stops in Stockholm, Riga, Frankfurt am Main, Tallinn or other cities. Connections involving stops in Riga (“Air Baltic”), will extend the trip by 9 hours (before docking you will have 5 hours free), in Copenhagen (“SAS”) - for 8 hours, in Berlin (“Finnair”, “AirBerlin”) - at 7 o'clock, in Stockholm (“Scandinavian Airlines”) - for 6.5 hours (before boarding flight 2, you will be asked to wait 3 hours), in Minsk (“Belavia”) - for 6 hours (before boarding 2 planes you will have to wait 2.5 hours).

Which airline to choose?

To get to Moscow, it is advisable to use the services of one of the following carriers flying Boeing 737-600, ATR 72, Canadair Regional Jet 900, Boeing 717 and other aircraft: “Finnair”; “Aeroflot”; “SAS”; “Ice landair”; “KLM”.

Departure from Helsinki to Moscow is carried out from Vantaa Airport (HEL), located 20 km from the city (free buses run between the terminals, and buses No. 615, 451, 415 go to the airport). The airport has banking organizations, duty-free shops, currency exchange points, relaxation rooms, lounges for women with children, hairdressers, pharmacies, food outlets (a popular restaurant “Fly Inn”), 2 hotels, spa center “Finnair Spa & Saunas” (there are saunas and pools with thermal water), the Finnish Aviation Museum.

What to do in flight?

Time on the flight should be devoted to thoughts that will allow you to decide which of your loved ones to give gifts from Helsinki in the form of figurines of moomins and moose, clothes from Finnish designers, knitwear, Finnish knives, licorice sweets “Salmiaaki”, mint liqueur “Minttu”, traditional homespun rugs “Ryuu”, chocolate “Fazer”, birch and tar soap with natural oils (products for the sauna), boxes “Littala”.