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New Ways to Get to Sheremetyevo International Airport
23.08.2018 08:45
New Ways to Get to Sheremetyevo International Airport

The new terminal B in the northern part of the Sheremetyevo International Airport will be connected with Moscow by a fork from the main route of “Aeroexpress”; the implementation of the project will cost 12 billion roubles. The project has been discussed at a meeting with the Transport Minister Yevgeny Dietrich held in early August. It is planned that a fork to the northern zone will be built from the existing branch of “Aeroexpress” between Belorussky Railway Station and terminals D, E and F of the airport (southern zone), as the newspaper writes.

      The construction of a new branch will be performed by Russian Railways. The preliminary cost of the project is about 12 billion roubles, 10.3 billion roubles will be spent on the railway itself: it will be 3.8 km long; 1.5 billion roubles will be spent on the railway terminal in the northern zone of the airport.

      How to get to Sheremetyevo Airport

Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Moscow Aeroexpress Sheremetyevo airport    

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