It becomes easier to get to Sheremetyevo Airport terminals
Moscow Sheremetyevo Airport in conference with “Troy” LLC has opened a paid shuttle service which runs since August 10 on the outer bypass road between the northern and southern terminals. The fare if this bus is 60 rubles, – informs portal Travel.ru.
The paid shuttle running on the outer perimeter would compensate shortcomings of existing free bus, which from July delivers passengers of northern terminals. It departs from Terminal E, but it can be used only by those who depart from Terminal B and C. The major shortcoming of the bus is the fact that its schedule is inconsistent with the schedule of electric trains. Shuttle is available to those who do not have tickets for departure: including those who see off and welcome the passengers. Those who wish to take the shuttle will have to double-pass the procedure of security checking.
New Pay shuttle is available to all who come to the airport. Its stops are located at the south Terminal E, where is also the station of electric trains, and in the north – between Terminals B and C. The trip will take 20 minutes without taking into account possible traffic jams.
The buses on the itinerary are for 50 seats with handy cargo hold. Shuttles leave from the end-stops from 05:00 to 01:00 every half hour, and from 01:00 to 05:00 at least once per hour according to the schedule.
In addition, public transport and taxis will continue to run.
Sheremetyevo Airport is one of the largest in Moscow. This year, it became the European leader in its group, – the agency ITAR-TASS informs.
As noted in press service of the airport: “According to this indicator we are ahead of the Turkish Antalya Airport, Berlin Tegel and our colleagues from Moscow's Domodedovo airport”. During January-June of 2010 the growth was 32%, that is 8 million 499 thousand passengers.
One of the main factors, as noted in press service, was the opening of new terminals.