Apr 30, 2014 - Aeroexpress to Provide Free Travel to War Veterans and Their Attendants

Aeroexpress to Provide Free Travel to War Veterans and Their Attendants

Apr 30, 2014

30.04.2014. – Moscow. Aeroexpress has always provided World War II veterans free travel on all its routes, and, during this year’s celebrations of the Great Victory, those people accompanying them will also benefit from using Aeroexpress services for free. From 5–11 May, World War II veterans and their accompanies have the opportunity to travel by Aeroexpress trains operating in Moscow, Vladivostok, and Kazan absolutely free of charge.

On the eve of the 69th anniversary of the Great Victory, Aeroexpress would like to congratulate veterans of the Great Patriotic War and their families on the upcoming holiday, and also wishes them good health, prosperity, and long life.

Together with participants in the war events of 1941-1945, Aeroexpress services are also free for persons awarded a ‘Resident of blockaded Leningrad’ badge; disabled World War II veterans; former juvenile prisoners held in internment camps, ghettos, and other places of forced imprisonment; workers of the home front, and other categories of vulnerable citizens.

Veterans travelling alone may also use the free Personal Assistant service, provided at all Aeroexpress points in Moscow, Vladivostok, and Kazan. A company employee will meet a passenger, help to stow baggage and, if necessary, accompany him/her to the check-in desk at the airport. This service can be ordered at the information desk, located at Aeroexpress terminals and rail terminals, or via the hotline at +7 800 700-33-77.

Hot line number

8-800-700-33-77 (calls from Russia and mobile phones).

8-495-663-84-10 (calls from Moscow).

The call is free of charge from all regions of Russia.

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