Aeroflot has one of the youngest fleets of any carrier in the world, averaging just over 4 1/2 years as of early 2016 . Their international fleet has added 14 Boeing 777 in the last 3 years to compliment the existing Airbus 330s. In addition they have orders for 22 Boeing 787 aircraft (yes I know they said they cancelled them, if so why afterwards did they change two orders to the 9 variant???) and 22 Airbus 350 aircraft, to be filled over the next few years. This is not the Aeroflot of the 1980's. They are a member of Skyteam and depart from US cities of Los Angeles, New York and Miami.
Aeroflot Premium Class
Aeroflot calls business class the President Cabin. The A330-200 and A330-300 series both have 34 seats in the President Cabin. In Economy row 24 on the 200 and row 29 on the 300 have extra leg room and are sold for a fee. There is no premium economy on the A330 at this time. In the President Cabin the seats are lie flat and configured 2x2x2 as shown here.
On the Boeing 777-300ER there are 30 seats in the Presidents cabin, also in a 2x2x2 arrangement. Premium economy, or Comfort Class as it is called, has 48 seats configured 8 wide. Economy has a 10 wide configuration. The President Cabin seats are different on the 777. Tray size, external jack placement and monitors appear to be some of the differences. The seats are angled towards the windows and appear to be a version of B/E Aerospace's Diamond product, similar to the United business/first seat from the prior Continental owned 777s that still fly out of Newark.
From Aeroflot's website, some photos of the appetizers and meals they're currently serving on long haul flights, as well as this link to the business class website page.
Aeroflot Aircraft and Business Seat Specifications
images courtesy Aeroflot
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