S7 Airlines duty free shopping

Most airlines offer some kind of inflight shopping although depending on the route and the airline, these products may or may not be duty free. You can usually expect to be able to purchase fragrances, cosmetics, etc from the comfort of your seat. Here’s what information we currently have on S7 Airlines duty free shopping. Be sure to check back on this page frequently as we are constantly updating the information on the website.

About S7 Airlines

Airline name: S7 Airlines
IATA/ICAO Code: S7/SBI
Callsign: SIBERIAN AIRLINES
Country: Russia

S7 Airlines (IATA: S7, ICAO: SBI) is a passenger airline from Russia.

Russia’s largest domestic airport, S7 Airlines (S7) was founded in 1992 as Siberia Airlines. It operates from hubs at Moscow’s Domodedovo Airport (DME) and Novosibirsk’s Tolmachevo Airport (OVB). S7 Airlines flies to more than 85 destinations. The majority of these are domestic, but the carrier also serves Austria, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, China, Czech Republic, Egypt, Georgia, Germany, Hong Kong, Ireland, Italy, Kazakhstan, Spain, South Korea, Tajikistan, Thailand, Turkey, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Ukraine and the United Arab Emirates. S7 is a member of the Oneworld alliance and also has codeshare agreements with a dozen non-alliance airlines.

S7 Airlines offers on board duty free shopping – check out this page for more information.

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