Cheap round-trip flights to Moscow

Prices were available within the past 7 days and starts at £85 for one-way flights and £138 for round trip, for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.

Reviews from verified customers

Jan 11, 2020

Very good flight

Dec 22, 2019

Really polite and friendly staff on the flights

Dec 13, 2019

No power on plane is a bit inconvenient when there’s no in flight entertainment

Nov 28, 2019

I have always found the Aeroflot flight crew friendly, accommodating and hard working.

Nov 26, 2019

Professional service

Nov 11, 2019

Overall friendly and helpful service. Food could do with an upgrade!

Oct 30, 2019

An excellent first experience with Aeroflot

Oct 28, 2019

Food and in flight entertainment were excellent. Very enjoyable flight.

Sep 20, 2019

I’m happy with the service and the flight was smooth. I can see improvements regarding the service and a quality. Good job

Sep 4, 2019

Plane was late

Book a Flight to Moscow

Moscow is a metropolis in the truest sense of the word. With over 11 million residents, it is an official world megacity, and has all the cosmopolitan edges to go with it. From the iconic Soviet-era Ostankino TV Tower to its trendy bar and restaurant scene, Moscow has everything you could need for an unforgettable Russian break.


When to Book Cheap Flights to Moscow

Cheap flights to Moscow are not really easy to come by: you’ll need to book early to secure a deal. The ferocious winter means July and August are probably the best times to visit if you’re looking for good weather. If you are tired of sightseeing, this is also an excellent time of year to trek into the nearby Russian wilderness.

Of course, so long as you wrap up warm and bag yourself a pair of good snow boots, winter shows off Moscow at its quintessential best. Covered in snow, the famous Red Square makes a picture perfect view.


How to Find the Best Deals to Moscow

Due to the city’s size and global significance, cheap flights to Moscow are not always available. However, you may be able to save money by booking in advance. Remaining as flexible as possible on travel dates is also a good way of pinching a few pennies.

Be sure to compare direct and indirect flights too – while the latter take longer, they can sometimes be cheaper.

Try searching for flights from across London. Selecting ‘All London airports’ from the auto-fill drop down menu will turn up results for flights departing from across the city, allowing you to compare like for like.


UK Departures to Moscow

Despite Moscow’s remote location, flying here is much quicker than you might think. Many airlines provide frequent and relatively affordable flights from the UK to the beating heart of Russia.

While direct flights depart from London, many other departure points will require a connection.

Optimal flight times from key UK cities to Moscow are:


Main Airports in Moscow

Moscow has three large airports. Flights arriving here booked through Expedia will land at one of the larger two: Moscow Domodedovo Airport (DME) or Sheremetyevo International Airport (SVO). Both are located close to the city. Between them, they process over 70 million passengers a year.


Which Airlines Fly to Moscow?

A massive range of air carriers operate between Moscow and the UK, including:


How to Get Around in Moscow

It shouldn’t come as too much of a surprise to learn that the planet’s 12th largest city has a fairly reliable transport system! While you’ll find trains, trams, buses, taxis, ferries and even limos available, using the underground metro system is the best way to avoid traffic. Traffic jams are an almost constant occurrence above ground.

However, exploring individual districts on foot is also a lot of fun in the right weather, particularly in the Arbat district. Here, when the sun is shining artists, street performers and tourists all come to enjoy the festive atmosphere.


What are the Must-Sees in Moscow?

Sitting on the banks of the Moskva River, the Russian capital has a skyline almost as eclectic as its timeline. It’s a joy to take in.

Moscow’s rich history can be experienced in Red Square. Home to the Kremlin, Red Square is also flanked by Assumption Cathedral and the city’s most recognisable landmark, St Basil's Cathedral, easily identified by its nine colourful domes.


Tips for Travelling in Moscow

A visa is required for all British travellers visiting Moscow. You’ll need to arrange this before you visit. Russia is famously bureaucratic, so ensure you apply for your visa well in advance of your trip, especially during busy times.

If you’re travelling on a new passport (namely, one with a chip) be sure you have signed it. Some visitors to Russia have been turned away at the border for not doing so.

 

Frequently asked questions

Flights to Moscow information

Destination Airport Vnukovo Intl.
Destination Airport IATA Code VKO
Destination City Name Moscow

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Prices were available within the past 7 days and starts at £85 for one-way flights and £138 for round trip, for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.