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Prices are fully inclusive of local taxes, tolls and gratuity, and cancellations are 100% refundable when at least 48 hours notice is provided
Every single one of our transfers is 100% carbon offset.
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The Vnukovo International Airport is located in Vnukovo, Russia and is the country’s 4th busiest airport with over 10 million passengers passing through its gates each year. It is a dual airport used by the military’s Air Force and by civilians for commercial flights.
It also serves the Kaluga Oblast region, which is 134.6 kilometers away. A domestic airport is available at Kaluga but for international arrivals and destinations, the Vnukovo airport is the nearest one to the heart of the European part of Russia.
Vnukovo Airport is also one of the three major airports that is servicing the city of Moscow. Operated by JSC Vnukovo Airport, it is a public airport that had its roots before the second World War.
There are currently two runways, with several airlines operating at the airport. A big number of local and international airlines use the airport, such as Aeroflot, Gazpromavia, Georgian Airways, Grozny Avia, Hamburg Airways, I-Fly, Lufthansa, Syrian Air, Red Wings Airline, Transaero Airlines, UTair Aviation, Yakutia and Yakutia Airlines. Destinations include Budapest, Istanbul, New York, Paris, Venice, St. Petersburg, London, Phuket, LA, Dubai, Berlin, Bali, Damascus and Hamburg.
The Vnukovo airport is among the oldest airports in the country, being built in 1937 and open to the public by 1941. It served as a military base during the World War 2, where improvements were made to accommodate the first passenger flight to Moscow by the year 1956. The airport experienced massive renovations and expansions during 1980 to serve the heavy traffic that was brought on by the 22nd Summer Olympic Games in the country.
There are currently 2 passenger terminals at the Vnukovo Airport, the first one for general aviation and the other as a cargo terminal. The current handling operation of the airport is 3,000 passengers per hour. Terminal A is for domestic and international flights while Terminal B is only or international destinations. Terminal D is only for domestic arrivals from North Caucasus.
The passenger terminals are intensively equipped with all the necessary facilities and amenities needed by its passengers. The VIP Hall has been used by Russia’s political leaders and even by the President of Russia. Aside from the VIP Hall, 1st and Business Class Lounges are available at the Terminal B, where passengers are placed in a more private and more comfortable area separate from the rest. There are reading materials, satellite TVs, WiFi, computers and even areas for children available inside the lounges.
A mother and child room is also available for those with little children, babies and pregnant women in the latter part of their pregnancy. Medical services are also available at the airport with a clinic, laboratory, dental clinic, diagnostic and even outpatient services that can rival that of a hospital.
Terminal D has souvenir shops, airline offices and a coffee bar. Terminal A has free WiFi internet access in all areas.
There are 2 multilevel car parks available for private vehicles at the airport, which are covered and some spaces outdoors.
Getting to and from Vnukovo Airport is very easy with the railway station located at the airport to Kiyevsky Rail Terminal in Moscow, making it easier for travelers to get to the city. If you prefer to get a taxi or a car rental, there are several taxis waiting outside the terminals and car rental companies to rent a car from.read more
There are four airports in Moscow. They are Demodedovo International Airport, Sheremetyevo International Airport, Vnukovo International Airport, and St. Petersburg Pulkovo Airport. Two of them are currently undergoing upgrades while the other two are planning to build some extensions. The airports have helpful helpdesk and interactive kiosk that provides good help to new tourists. Airport transport is easy to get since bus, shuttles, and airport transfers are fully available 24/7.
In terms of facilities, none of them are lacking. In terms of money facilities, they have ATMs and banks. Food will never be a problem when landing in any of these airports. Most of them have bars and restaurants scattered all over their terminals. Together with those facilities are shopping malls, gift shops, and duty free shops. Most importantly, airport transfers are easy to organise beforehand. Car rental is available at all of the airports mentioned, however driving conditions cause many visitors to opt for airport transfers in Moscow instead.