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The schedule of Aeroexpress trains to Vnukovo Airport will change at the end of May

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The schedule of the Kiev direction Aeroexpress trains by the Moscow Railway (MZhD) will change on May 21–22 and 28–29 according to the planned work on the development of railway infrastructure.

The flight on May 21 will be canceled at 23:00 from Kievsky railway station; all other trains between Kievsky Railway station and Vnukovo Airport will run according to the standard schedule.

On May 22, Aeroexpress trains departing at 6:00, 7:00, 8:00, 9:00, 10:00 and 11:00 from Kievsky railway station and from Vnukovo will be canceled. It will be impossible to leave Vnukovo for Moscow by Aeroexpress trains at 12:00. The departure of trains from the Kievsky railway station will be restored from 12:00, and from the airport — from 13:00. All other flights on this day will be carried out in accordance with the standard schedule.

On May 28, all trains will run according to the usual schedule, except for evening flights departing at 22:00 and 23:00 from Kievsky railway station, their arrival time at the airport will change.

On May 29, minor adjustments will be made during the departure and arrival of several morning flights. Aeroexpress trains departing at 8:00 from Kievsky Railway Station and at 9:00 from Vnukovo will be canceled. From 9:00 flights to Vnukovo Airport will be carried out according to the standard schedule, from the airport — from 10:00.

It will be possible to get to Vnukovo Airport during the cancellation of Aeroexpress trains using Sokolnicheskaya or Kalininsko-Solntsevskaya metro lines with a transfer to ground public transport.

Aeroexpress terminals at Kievsky Train Station and Vnukovo Airport will operate as usual. The company’s employees will help passengers to choose the best route.

You can find up-to-date information about the train schedule on the Aeroexpress website and in the mobile application in the Schedule section by calling the hotline 8-800-700-33-77 (for calls from the regions of Russia and from mobile phones) and 8-495-663-84-10 (for calls from Moscow), as well as from the company’s employees in the terminals.

Vnukovo International Airport is one of the largest air transport complexes in Russia. About 200 thousand flights of Russian and foreign airlines are serviced at the airport annually. The airport’s route network covers the entire territory of Russia, as well as neighboring countries, Europe, America, Asia and Africa. In 2019 Vnukovo International Airport broke a historical record and served over 24 million passengers, which is 11,7% or 2.5 million passengers more than in 2018. Vnukovo airport complex with a total area of about 300 thousand square meters is able to provide a capacity of up to 35 million passengers per year. Vnukovo International Airport has the Gratitude of the President of the Russian Federation V.V. Putin for the achieved labor successes and high performance in professional activity. It is the one case of such Gratitude among the airports in Russia. In addition, Vnukovo Airport has been recognized as the best airport in the highest category «International Airport» of the national award «Air Gates of Russia» three years in a row, and also has become the winner in the nomination «Best Airport: Facing Challenges 2020» within the framework of the National Exhibition of Civil Aviation Infrastructure NAIS.

Aeroexpress LLC provides passenger rail service between the capital and the main airports of the Moscow aviation
hub — Vnukovo, Domodedovo and Sheremetyevo. The company was founded in 2005 and during this time has transported more than 150 million people. Aeroexpress operates 11 double-decker trains manufactured by the Swiss company Stadler, characterized by increased comfort and capacity, as well as 7 single-deck trains developed by special order at the Demikhovsky Machine-Building Plant. Aeroexpress trains operate an average of 198 flights daily.