Moscow Domodedovo (DME) Airport

Moscow Domodedovo DME Airport Overview

Moscow Domodedovo International Airport DME is the largest & fastest-growing airport in Russia, and one of two major airports serving the greater area of the capital city Moscow (the other is Sheremeyevo SVO). It is operated by the East Line Group on a long-term lease, while the runways are controlled by the State. Domodedovo in 2013 was rated by Skytrax for the fourth time as being one of Eastern Europe's best airports, and considered it in 2014 'Best in Russia & the CIS'. DME is now Russia's largest air hub.

DME Airport is located in the Domodedovsky District, Moscow Oblast - 42 km southeast of the city center of Russia’s capital city Moscow.  Both a speedway and the railway connect Domodedovo Airport to the City.

With an estimated yearly passenger count of 30 million, and three long runways, Domodedovo International Airport is hub to Transaero, S7, VIM & Globus airlines, and the base airport for members of the Star Alliance and Oneworld. It is the only Russian Airport certified to accept the Airbus A380, and is domestic, CIS-country affiliated, and foreign airlines - offering countless destinations with direct and connecting flights to all points of the globe.

NOTE:  The Call Center telephone number is 8-800-200-33-66; 
Passengers with disabilities should call +7 495 504 02 48 or +7 495 504 02 49.

The on-Airport Domodedovo Airhotel (tel. +7 495 795 3868) with 294 rooms and extended services, offers minibus shuttle to the terminal and a guarded parking lot at discount rates.

Domodedovo Airport has two passenger terminals - T1 & T2 - connected to each other.

Future Airport Developments: 
The eastern part of the passenger terminal is being extended to double its size upon completion - scheduled for  year-end 2016. The new area is intended to serve international passengers, and is  to include 100 check-in counters, over 40 self-service kiosks. Furthermore, added aircraft parking stands for boarding bridges will be added.   A new runway is also scheduled to open by 2016.
Furthermore, the Airport's goal is to develop a multi-modal traffic center for  transfer passengers and cargo, integrating flight flows between Eurasian and Asian-Pacific regions.
(The 2020 plan calls for runway construction, extension of passenger terminal, renovation of existing facilities and construction of new ones, and development of its 13,000 hectar reserve.)



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