Moscow's 4th international airport opens in March

Russia’s capital will soon have four international airports, as new Ramenskoye Airport will open on 15 March.

Moscow, Russia.

Moscow, Russia. Image by Dmitry Terekhov / CC BY-SA 2.0

It’s located 43km from Moscow and will be linked to the city centre by Aeroexpress trains every 30 minutes as well as buses. The first international flight could be by Russian airline iFly which operates charter flights. Moscow’s other airports are Domodedovo, Sheremetyevo and Vnukovo.

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