Compared to 2012, the passenger traffic breakdown on the Moscow routes is as follows:
- Paveletsky Rail Terminal – Domodedovo Airport – 7.5 million people (+7.8%);
- Belorussky Rail Terminal – Sheremetyevo Airport – 6.6 million people (+15.6%);
- Kievsky Rail Terminal – Vnukovo Airport – 2.6 million people (+25%); and
- Savyolovsky Rail Terminal – Lobnya – 2.5 million people (+19.6%).
By the end of 2013, the total Aeroexpress passenger traffic to the three Moscow airports reached 16.8 million people, representing a 13.2% increase from the previous year. The company’s market share for intermodal transportation within the Moscow air cluster grew by 0.46% in 2013 to reach 23.83%.
“Traditionally, the bulk of passengers using Aeroexpress are travelling on the route connecting Paveletsky Rail Terminal and Domodedovo Airport. In 2013, Aeroexpress’ share of passengers travelling to Domodedovo Airport amounted to 24.94%. Aeroexpress’ share of Sheremetyevo passenger traffic in 2013 increased by 0.75% to amount to 22.70% relative to 2012, while the same index for Vnukovo passenger traffic showed a 1.82% gain to reach 23.77%. The growing popularity of Aeroexpress services owes to the guarantee that you will arrive at the airport on time, regardless of the weather and traffic jams, and is also due to the development of sales technology and constant customer feedback,” stated Alexey Krivoruchko, Chief Executive Officer of Aeroexpress.
Aeroexpress continues to expand its activities at the federal level. In May 2013, the company launched its intermodal services in Kazan on the route between the city’s rail terminal and Kazan International Airport. Aeroexpress trains have carried 41.7 thousand passengers on this route in the period since the service was officially launched until December 2013. The total journey time from the airport to the city centre is 20 minutes, and the route is served by 18 runs per day.
According to statistics, a total of 721.5 thousand people travelled on Aeroexpress trains in Vladivostok in 2013, where the new air-rail link was put into operation in July 2012. According to statistics, a total of 721.5 thousand people travelled on Aeroexpress trains in Vladivostok in 2013, where the new air-rail link was put into operation in July 2012. Today, the route between Vladivostok and Knevichi Airport (Vladivostok International Airport) is served by 10 pairs of Aeroexpress trains, which also make three intermediate stops at Vtoraya Rechka, Ugolnaya, and Artyom.