Sheremetyevo (Moscow) Airport

Sheremetyevo (Moscow) Airport

Moscow airport SVO

 

Sheremetyevo International Airport is Russia’s largest airport. It is located 29 km
northwest of Moscow. Passenger traffic is more than 31.5 million. The Airport’s network
covers more than 300 destinations. Sheremetyevo Airport’s services are used by three major
aviation alliances: SkyTeam (Air France, KLM, Delta, CSA Czech Airlines, Alitalia, China
Southern Airlines, Korean Air); Star Alliance (SAS, Air China, LOT) and Oneworld
(Finnair). Sheremetyevo Airport is a hub for Aeroflot and also for Nordwind Airlines, and
RoyalFlight. Sheremetyevo has five operating terminals named A, B, D, E and F. Passenger
terminals D, E and F form the Southern Terminal Complex. The terminals are connected by
pedestrian galleries. The Northern Terminal (Terminal B) is a domestic terminal for all
Aeroflot's scheduled domestic flights. Terminal B is connected to the terminals of the
Southern Complex via a passage, with tunnels for baggage and automatic trains. The
specialised Terminal A is located in the northern part of the airport and serves business
aviation passengers. Aeroexpress operates a line that connects the airport and the Belorussky
station  in central Moscow. Journeys take 35 minutes. Coach class costs 500 roubles, business
class - 1000 roubles. Moscow can also be reached by the municipal  Mosgortrans bus lines:
817 to Planernaya  station  on Moscow Metro’s Tagansko-Krasnopresnenskaya Line (Purple
line no. 7), or 851 to Rechnoy Vokzal  station  on the Zamoskvoretskaya Line (Green line no.
2).