airports of Moscow, Russia

Moscow has 3 main airports: Sheremetyevo, Vnukovo and Domodevo.

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Moscow - Sheremetyevo (SVO)

Departures - Arrivals

Airport website: sheremetyevo-airport.ru

Sheremetyevo is located 29km (18 miles) northwest of Moscow. Regular express buses run to and from Moscow.

2009

September 2003: Lufthansa and Alitalia were fed up with poor service and shabby facilities at Moscow's Sheremetyevo Airport.

Built for the 1980 Olympic games, Sheremetyevo is groaning under the weight of a post-Soviet travel boom which has pushed annual passenger traffic above 11 million in 2003. Sheremetyevo recieved 10 186 133 passengers in 1998. By 2007 the number of passengers had increased to around 14 million.

Airlines: aeroflot.org - aeroflot.com

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Moscow-Vnukovo (VKO)

Vnukovo is located about 40 miles to the South-West from Moscow.

Most flights to European Russia and the former Soviet CIS countries in Europe operated from here in 2003. Vnukovo was also home to the huge Russian government fleet in 2003.

Vnukovo had 4 031 819 passengers in 1998.

 

 

Moscow-Domodevo (DME)

Airport website: domodedovo.ru

Airlines: akdal.ru (Domodedovo airlines, 2007), transaero.ru (since 1992)

Domodedovo is located 50 miles to the South from Moscow. This airport had a train service taking 45 minutes to reach the centre in 2003.

British Airways used this airport in 2003 because they were fed up with poor service and shabby facilities at Moscow's Sheremetyevo Airport. Domodedovo is owned and operated by Russia's East Line airlines in 2003.

Domodevo recieved 3 794 137 passengers in 1998. By 2010 this number of passengers had grown to over 22 million.