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After we receive confirmed payment, we will send you your booking voucher with instructions on where the driver will meet you for your pickup, and local emergency contact numbers in case of any issues.
You'll be picked up on-time, every time, or we will not only refund your transfer, we will also give you a $100 voucher to use for any future transfers.
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.
Changes to your booking are easy and completely free of charge.
Sheremetyevo International Airport
The 2nd largest airport in Russia, the Sheremetyevo International Airport is one of three major airports that serve the city of Moscow. Located in Khimki, Moscow, the Sheremetyevo International airport also serves other cities and nearby towns such as Tula, which is 214 km away – a town known for being the home and resting place of the famous writer Leo Tolstoy of the popular novels War and Peace and Anakarenina.
Located 29 km northwest of the city centre of Moscow, the airport was able to handle 26 million passengers in 2012, with 228,868 aircraft movements in the same year. Awarded as the Best European Airport in terms of service quality by the 2012 Airports Council International, the Sheremetyevo Airport as several airlines that bring passengers to and from Russian cities and all over the world.
Operated by the International Airport Sheremetyevo, this public airport also serves as the hub for major airlines such as Nordavia, Nordwind Airlines, Transaero Airlines, Vladivostok Airlines, and Aeroflot. It has two concrete runways, with 3,700 meters and 3, 550 meters long respectively.
The airport had its first international flight in 1960 on a route to Berlin, but an airfield had already been built in 1957. Throughout the years, several improvements and reconstructions occurred, especially when the Moscow Domodedovo International Airport was opened, bringing in more competition for flights and airlines, where some of the companies pulled out and moved to the newly opened major international airport of the capital.
With a plan to bring in more passengers and airlines, a 20-year plan is currently being implemented to the Sheremetyevo Airport, which includes plans on building a new runway and other infrastructures.
There are four operating passenger terminals as of the moment, which are divided into the north and south terminals.
The North terminals are Terminals A, B, and C. Terminal A is used for private and business flights, with 22 parking stands for aircrafts. Terminal B is currently not operating but it was used for internal low cost flights to Minsk and Belarus before operations ceased. Terminal C is a 40,000 square meter space that can handle 5 million passengers per year, and is used for CIS airlines and charter flights. It has a multi-storey parking lot and an orthodox chapel on the third floor.
The South terminals are Terminals D, E, and F. Terminal D opened in 2009 with 172,000 square meters of space and the capacity to handle 12 million passengers a year. Terminal E has a chapel, a Transit Hotel, and a chapel on the 2nd floor. Terminal F is one of the older buildings, opened in 1980 for the Summer Olympics of that year.
This massive airport complex has dozens and dozens of cafes and restaurants, shops and services that can fill every passenger's need. The V Express Transit Hotel in Terminal E offers short term accommodations and a convenient place to stay for travellers. There is free wireless internet all throughout the terminals, as well.
Mother and child rooms are available on Terminals C, D, E, and F and free of charge. A Fear of Flying Treatment Centre is available in the first floor of Terminal E, which helps people with aerophobia combat their fears of flying with psychologists and flight simulations.
There is a post office, travel agencies, Duty Free shops, medical clinics, police aids, an art gallery, and VIP services available in most of the terminals.
Getting to and from the airport is a breeze with many choices of transportation available for passengers. Train stations, bus routes, airport and fixed priced taxis, car rentals, and shuttles are conveniently located at arrival halls of the terminals.
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