Now the draw for the World Cup is in place, it’s time to book your flights.
A total of 64 games will be played, and you can see when and where the action is taking place in the FIFA match schedule.
Russia’s capital, Moscow, welcomes the greatest number of international flights and its principal airport, Sheremetyevo (SVO), is also served by Russia’s national carrier Aeroflot.
Every match venue covered
Through its hub at Sheremetyevo, Aeroflot operates flights to 137 destinations in 51 countries (50 destinations in Russia).
From Moscow, Aeroflot flies to all 12 match venues in 11 cities (two stadiums are being used in Moscow).
These include The Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow for the first game on 14 June and The Krestovsky Stadium in Saint Petersburg which will host the first semi-final on 10 July.
The first England game is against Tunisia on 18 June in Volgograd
The first France game is against Australia on 16 June in Kazan.
The first Germany game is against Mexico on 17 June in Moscow.
The groups are as follows:
Group A Russia, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Uruguay
Group B Portugal, Spain, Morocco, Iran
Group C France, Australia, Peru, Denmark
Group D Argentina, Iceland, Croatia, Nigeria
Group E Brazil, Switzerland, Costa Rica, Serbia
Group F Germany, Mexico, Sweden, South Korea
Group G Belgium, Panama, Tunisia, England
Group H Poland, Senegal, Colombia, Japan
Aeroflot has many advantages that make it the natural choice for travel both to Russia and within the country.
From the UK it has up to five daily flights, with 32 weekly flights from London (LHR and Gatwick). It has one of the youngest fleets in the world, with both narrow- and wide-body aircraft on its routes, and a selection of classes including Comfort class on Boeing 777 (long-haul only).
The fleet comprises 214 aircraft, which are modern Airbus A320-family, A330, Boeing 737, Boeing 777 and Sukhoi Superjet 100 airliners.
Visit aeroflot.com to book your flight.