Hot line number
8-800-700-33-77. The call is free of charge from all regions of Russia.
Dear passengers, beginning on September 24th and until the 28th (inclusive), the actual time of train departure from Kievsky station towards Vnukovo airport shall be 15:27 (regular scheduled departure time is 15:30).

On December 21 Aeroexpress’ passenger flow reached its record-high level in 2009 – almost 30 thousand passengers

Dec 22, 2009

At the end of December 21, 2009, Aeroexpress’ passenger flow on the lines between Moscow and its major airports – Vnukovo, Domodedovo and Sheremetyevo – reached its record-high level in 2009 totalling almost 30 thousand passengers, which is a 65% increase of the daily average passenger flow in the current year.

On that Monday alone, 5,214 passengers used the Aeroexpress train services on the Moscow – Vnukovo Airport line, 15,604 passengers – on the Moscow – Domodedovo Airport line, and 8,620 passengers – on the Moscow – Sheremetyevo Airport line.

On the holidays’ eve, Muscovites and travellers alike are using the Aeroexpress train services more and more often when planning their journeys to the airports. The choice of most passengers is largely influenced by the worsened weather conditions and massive traffic congestion on all Moscow’s highways.

While the city is facing traffic jams, Aeroexpress is offering its passengers the opportunity to plan and save considerable time on their journeys to the airports within the Moscow air hub, thus helping improve the environment in the city and efficiently combining the three key components: speed, reliability and comfort.

Let us remind you that the Aeroexpress terminals are located at the central railway stations – Kievsky, Paveletsky, Belorussky and Savyolovsky – within a walking distance from the Moscow Metro's Koltsevaya Line. It takes high-speed electric trains 35 minutes to get to Vnukovo and Sheremetyevo Airports and 45 minutes – to Domodedovo Airport.

For more information about the train schedule, please visit LLC Aeroexpress’ web site – – or call our hotline number: 8-800-700-33-77. A call from anywhere in Russia is free.