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Air Malta moves to Sheremetyevo Airport to enhance services to Moscow

Located northwest of central Moscow, the airport is served by a variety of efficient transport modes. It is just 35 minutes away from the city center by the Aeroexpress train.

23 March 2016, 6:37pm
Sheremetyevo Airport
Sheremetyevo Airport
Air Malta will move its Malta-Moscow operation to Sheremetyevo Airport Terminal E as from June 3, 2016. The airline’s timetable will remain unchanged operating a twice weekly service departing from Malta every Friday and Saturday and from Moscow every Saturday and Sunday.

Located northwest of central Moscow, the airport is served by a variety of efficient transport modes. It is just 35 minutes away from the city center by the Aeroexpress train.

Sheremetyevo Airport has the biggest duty free area in Russia and a wide selection of famous food and beverage outlets. There are six hotels within a ten-minute walk of the airport, and hotel in transit zone of Terminal E.

“Sheremetyevo airport is one of the top 10 fastest growing airports in Europe,” commented Ursula Silling, Air Malta’s Chief Commercial Officer. Air Malta will serve the airport’s newest terminal, inaugurated in 2010.

The airport’s 20 million people catchment area covers regions with the biggest concentration of business headquarters and the highest income per capita. “Sheremetyevo Airport will provide Air Malta with more operational flexibility and fits perfectly in our strategy to offer customers the best central airports with easy onward connections. Sheremetyevo Airport is a hub of the National Airline of Russia and Air Malta’s code share partner, Aeroflot. Through this code-sharing Sheremetyevo will offer our customers over 30 destinations within Russia,” added Silling.

Despite the tough economic and competitive climate, Air Malta is committed to the route and is the only airline offering connectivity to the country to support the business community and assist the development of tourism from both countries.

There is a lot to experience in Moscow. The city is rich in history, art and culture. Moscow boasts several well-known sights such as Red Square, the Kremlin and the famous Bolshoi Theatre.

It is one of Europe’s most vibrant metropolis of more than 10 million people, packed with shopping centres, nightclubs and bars. It is, of course, the gateway to the cities on the Golden Ring and the rest of Russia.

Visit www.visitrussia.com for more information.

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