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Restrictions On Aeroexpresses To Sheremetyevo Throughout April 2013
15.04.2013 11:48
Restrictions On Aeroexpresses To Sheremetyevo Throughout April 2013

 Due to roadworks on the Moscow railways, the Sheremetyevo Airport authorities have been forced to place restrictions on the number of aeroexpresses served between the airport and Byelorussky railway terminal. 

      From April 15 to 20, then from 22 to 27, and on 29th of April the following services have been cancelled: 

      from Sheremetyevo - 22:00, 23:00, and 00:00 Moscow time. 

      from Byelorussky railway terminal - 22:30, 23:30, 00:30. 

      As the day services remain in operation, the airport authorities ask the passenger to use the aeroexpress, to avoid traffic jams during the day. Due to Mezhdunarodnoe Highway being narrowed to but one traffic line, it is practically impossible not to get stuck. In its turn, Sheremetyevo will be closing registration desks later than usual, to avoid leaving passengers behind.  

















Author: Julia Shuvalova

Tags: Russian tourism Russian transportation Russian Railroads Sheremetyevo Airport  

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