Sheremetyevo Airport is one of the largest airports in Russia and is located in Moscow, 29 km northeast of the city center. The coordinates of the airport are 37.416573, 55.966324.
Sheremetyevo consists of three terminals: Terminal D (for international flights), Terminal E (for international and domestic flights), and Terminal F (for international and domestic flights). The airport has numerous shops, restaurants, cafes, banks, currency exchange points, pharmacies, and other services.
Sheremetyevo serves over 300 flights per day and is a hub for several airlines, including Aeroflot. The airport is also a hub for many international airlines, such as Air France, KLM, Delta Air Lines, Korean Air, and others.
Various types of transportation are available for passengers, including buses, taxis, car rentals, and a train station located 2 km from the airport.
Online airport board Sheremetyevo
Online departure and arrival board of the airport Sheremetyevo. It contains all the relevant information, which is updated every minute, you can see all flights in real time.
Airport information Sheremetyevo
Sheremetyevo - the largest Russian airport, located 28 km from the center of Moscow and 11 km from the Moscow Ring Road. Every year, more than 14 million air travelers use the airport's services. The airport has ICAO category III A, which allows aircraft to fly without height restrictions and with limited visibility on the runway (not less than 200 m).
The airport has two sectors: Sheremetyevo-1 (Sh-1), serving domestic flights and flights to CIS countries, and Sheremetyevo-2 (Sh-2), where only international flights are operated.
On March 12, 2007, a new modern Terminal C was opened. The terminal is located next to Sheremetyevo-1 and serves regular and charter international flights.
In 2009, Sheremetyevo-3 will welcome its first passengers, which will be connected by wings to Sheremetyevo-2 and the railway station.
Airlines operating at the airport Sheremetyevo
List of all airlines operating at the airport Sheremetyevo: