One Hundred Years in the Sky: History of Russian Aviation and Aeronautics

Photo: Alexey Pereslavtsev, provided by Aeroflot PJSC

As part of the celebration of the 100th anniversary of civil aviation in Russia, the Aeroflot Museum in Sheremetyevo invites you to travel to the world of the history of the development of aviation in our country and take the Geographical Dictation at its institution.

This year, other air travel related venues have joined the Dictation.

For the first time, the event will be joined by Pulkovo International Airport, the main St. Petersburg runway; Federal state-owned enterprise Airports of the North, which unites regional airports of Russia (31 airports and 2 runways) in the central, eastern, and Arctic zones of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) and the Magadan Region; Belevtsy Airfield in the Krasnodar Region, designed for training flights and parachutists landing; Aeronautics Federation of the Yaroslavl Region, organizer of the annual festival of aeronautics "Golden Ring of Russia"; Distan Flight School, one of the oldest paragliding schools, which has been helping to realize dreams of free flight for more than 10 years.

This is only a small part of what awaits the participants this year. Hurry up and register to take part in the Geographical Dictation!

Information about the available venues can be found on the Dictation’s website in the Geography section.