Russia's Deputy Transport Minister, Aleksandr Yurchik, was among the guests of honour at today's official opening of Moscow Sheremetyevo's new Terminal C.
Airports across the globe are beginning to announce their traffic figures for 2019, with most reporting an upturn in passenger numbers and some record throughput levels.
Moscow Sheremetyevo has received the green-light from Russia's Federal Air Transport Agency to open its renovated Terminal C in January, 2020.
Moscow Sheremetyevo handled 33.8 million passengers in the first eight months of the 2019 –a healthy 13% rise on the corresponding period a year ago.
Moscow–Sheremetyevo International Airport has began issuing passengers with e-boarding passes on domestic flights as part of the strategy to introduce automation and e-services.
The Board of Directors has approved the multi-phase development of Moscow's Sheremetyevo International Airport.
Moscow Sheremetyevo International Airport has a third aircraft refuelling facilty after the successful commissioning of a centralised hydrant system serving its North Terminal.
Imperial Duty Free JSC (IDF) has expanded its operations at Moscow–Sheremetyevo International Airport to cover more than 10,700sqm of outlets across two terminals.
The football World Cup was good for Moscow's Sheremetyevo International Airport which handled 11% more passengers and 16% more aircraft movements over the last month than it did during the corresponding period a year ago.