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The Aeroexpress Train Timetable to Vnukovo Airport Will Change on February 18 and 19

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The timetable for Aeroexpress trains operating on the Moscow Railway’s Kiev line will change due to planned railway infrastructure development: on February 18 and 19, the schedule of Aeroexpress trains to Vnukovo Airport will be adjusted, and some flights will be cancelled.

Between 5:00 PM on February 18 and 1:00 PM on February 19, all Aeroexpress trains to the airport will be cancelled. Also, no trains will be arriving from the airport between 4:00 PM on Saturday and 12:00 PM on Sunday. From 2:00 PM on February 19, Aeroexpress trains from Kievsky railway station to Vnukovo will depart according to the standard schedule, every hour, and services from the airport will re-commence from 1:00 PM.

To get to Vnukovo Airport while the Aeroexpress service is suspended, you can use the Sokolnicheskaya or Kalininsko-Solntsevskaya metro lines, and change to overground public transport as necessary.

The Aeroexpress terminals at Kievsky railway station and Vnukovo Airport will operate as normal, and staff members will be on hand to assist passengers in choosing the best route.

You can find up-to-date information about the train timetable on the Aeroexpress website, in the mobile application under the Timetable section, by calling the 8-800-700-33-77 hotline (for calls from the Russian regions and from mobile phones) or 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 Russia’s largest air transport hubs. Each year the airport handles approximately 200 000 flights by Russian and international airlines. Its network covers the whole territory of Russia as well as short- and long-haul destinations, Europe, the Americas, Asia and Africa. In 2019, Vnukovo International Airport served over 24 million passengers, breaking its own record. Vnukovo airport terminal, with a total area of about 300,000 square meters, can handle up to 35 million passengers annually. Vnukovo International Airport is the only airport in Russia to have received a Letter of Commendation from the President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin for its professional achievements and high performance. Moreover, Vnukovo Airport was recognized as the Best International Airport by Air Gateway of Russia award and Best Airport: overcoming challenges 2020 at National Aviation Infrastructure Show (NAIS) for three years running.

Aeroexpress, LLC provides passenger railway transportation between Moscow and the main airports of the Moscow Aviation Hub. The company was founded in 2005, and since then has transported more than 170 million passengers. Aeroexpress trains operate 198 journeys a day on average. Aeroexpress operates 11 double-decker trains produced by the Swiss company Stadler, which offer high comfort and passenger capacity, as well as 7 single-decker trains, developed and produced to special order at the Demikhovo Machinebuilding Plant.