Along with Vnukovo and Sheremetyevo, Domodedova Airport is one of 3 major airports in Moscow. It is located in Domodedovo 26 miles southeast from the center of Moscow, and is well connected by road and rail links.
Flights and Destinations
Rated as one of the largest airports in the country (in terms of cargo and passenger traffic), Domodedova Airport serves domestic routes besides operating international routes to many gateways around the globe. Flights come from all major cities of the world such as Cairo, London, Berlin, Hong Kong, Tel Aviv, Vienna, Madrid, Tokyo, Athens, Barcelona, Houston, Dubai, Singapore, Washington DC, Lisbon and Doha.
More than 50 airlines services operate Flights to different destinations in and around Europe, including British Airways, Lufthansa, Emirates, Qatar Airways, Japan Airlines, Thai Airways and TransAero Airlines among others.
Terminal and Infrastructure
The Domodedova Airport officially opened to traffic in the 1960s, and has seen several upgrades since. Last decade, an expansion program was begun, designed to make approval for widebody aircraft operations possible. Approval for larger airplanes for instance the Airbus A380 was announced in March 2009 making it the first airport in Russia to be so approved.
Domodedova Airport currently has one terminal building with a concourse for domestic Flights and a separate concourse for international Flights. There are 22 jetways in total. Construction was begun to add new extensions alongside the current terminal. With this construction the overall size of the terminal is expected to increase. All concourses will stay connected and will improve the efficiency of airport and passenger connections by means of ICAO and IATA transfer technologies.
Money and Communications: Post office, phone, email and currency exchange and ATM facilities are in the airport.
Luggage: Luggage-wrapping services are available in the VIP Lounge and a railway station terminal nearby.
Conference and Business: 11 business lounges all over the airport offer business services like catering as well as conference rooms, television, Wi-Fi access, copy facilities, printer plus fax machines. Most of these lounges are operated by private airlines but the lounge for domestic departures can be used for a fee.
Shopping: Although there are no global luxury brands, jewelry and perfume clothing and accessories, along with duty-free shopping are available. Shops at Domodedova Airport offer just about everything you could hope for.