Due to the typical increase in the number of passengers travelling via Moscow airports during May public holidays, the express carrier will be tightening up security. The Joint Security Center will operate in robust security mode and carry out 24-hour monitoring of all Aeroexpress terminals and trains with the use of 1400 cameras. Security officers will be working at all the company’s infrastructure facilities, and will be accompanied by dog handlers to inspect trains.
Special control measures will be taken along the most popular route between the Paveletsky Rail Terminal and Domodedovo Airport, where the highest passenger flow increase is recorded every year in early May. To ensure the security and safety of passengers on this route, transport police officers will work there together with private security companies.
“One of the company’s priorities is to ensure the security of our passengers,” says Alexey Sorokin, Chief Operating Officer of Aeroexpress. “We are monitoring peak passenger flow numbers at Moscow airports and doing our best to provide our passengers with comfortable and safe travel conditions.”