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Domodedovo International Airport Moscow - (DME)

Domodedovo International Airport (IATA: DME) is south of the city center and is most conveniently reached by Aeroexpress train from Paveletsky Train Station (near a metro of the same name). The trip takes about 40 minutes and takes you directly into the airport. Trains leave every hour from 6AM to 11:30PM (every 30 minutes in peak hours) and cost 300 rubles. At Paveletsky station, you take the well-signposted entrance no.2, up some steps into the station proper, then down another flight of steps to the left and left along a corridor. The ticket office is on the right. The platform is reached after passing through another room offering various check-in desks for domestic flights. Keep your paper ticket for the whole of the Aeroexpress journey. It will be checked on the train and you will need to scan the barcode on it when exiting Domodedovo Airport station. Alternatively, you can go to the Domodedovskaya metro station and catch a bus 405 or a shuttle from there. Shuttle operates 24 hours, but nighttime schedule is different.

When catching a train from DME to the city, note that there are both regular old suburban trains and dedicated non-stop services from the same platform. The regular commuter train service costs less (72 rubles), but the trip will take around 1 hour and 15 minutes and the carriages are less comfortable.

There is an express bus connection between Domodedovo and Vnukovo airports, which departs about every 90 minutes. Note that Domodedovo is the farthest airport from the center and cab fares are particularly high. If you arrive after the trains stop running, you'll pay through the nose for the privilege of being transported to downtown Moscow.

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Sheremetyevo International Airport - Moscow (SVO)

Sheremetyevo International Airport, (IATA: SVO) has terminals B, C, D, E (to be open II quarter 2010), and F into two groups across the runway . You can walk between terminals B and C; or between terminals D, E and F; but you have to take a shuttle bus or a taxi to go between the two sites. Sheremetyevo I is the old name for Terminal B, and Sheremetyevo II is the old name for Terminal F.

International flights depart terminals C, F and D. Domestic destinations are operated out of terminals B and D. Aeroflot is trying to move most of its flights to the newly built Terminal D (was known during the construction time as "Terminal 3" or "Sheremetyevo III"). Most international flights, including those operated by Aeroflot, still depart Terminal F

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