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Hot line number
+7-800-700-33-77 (calls from Russia and mobile phones).
+7-495-663-84-10 (calls from Moscow).
The call is free of charge from all regions of Russia.

From 30 to August 1 there are some timetable changes for the train services running along the Sheremetyevo routes. Some routes have been cancelled. For more details, please visit the Timetable section on our website or contact the hotline at +7 800 700 3377.

Aeroexpress Trains to Stop at Domodedovo Town

Jul 8, 2021

Travel time from the Paveletsky Rail Terminal to the airport will remain unchanged.

Starting from July 12, Aeroexpress trains running to Domodedovo Airport will have a new interim stop on their way at the Domodedovo railway station. As a result, residents of the town in the Moscow area will be able to travel to the airport in comfort and quickly, with travel time being only 13 minutes, and use Aeroexpress trains to reach Moscow’s city centre within 30 minutes.

“We constantly keep an eye on the transport system’s development in Moscow and the Moscow region and only choose large stations and transfer hubs with sufficient passenger demand as stops. With the introduction of the new stop, 183,000 residents of the town of Domodedovo will have the opportunity to quickly reach the nearest airport or Moscow’s city centre while travelling in comfort. However, this new stop will not affect the total travel time between the Paveletsky Rail Terminal and the airport as we will be able to make up for the time spent at stops along free sections of the railway. Thus, the level of comfort will remain unchanged. Currently, only a few Aeroexpress trains stop at the town of Domodedovo, primarily due to some peculiarities of the railway infrastructure. This stop will be made by trains that operate during rush hours in order to make the service available to the maximum number of passengers. Next year, we plan to add this stop to the route for most trains”, said CEO of Aeroexpress Alina Bisembaeva.

Starting from July 12, Aeroexpress trains en route to the airport will call at the town of Domodedovo at 17:05, 17:35, 18:05, 18:35, 19:05, 19:35 and 20:05. Train services running from the airport will make this stop at 8:43, 9:13, 9:43, 11:13, 11:43, 12:13, 12:43, 13:43, 14:43, 15:13 and 21:13.

“I would like to thank Aeroexpress for this new opportunity for our residents to save time when travelling. This is convenient for the people who work at the airport, who are travelling or heading to Moscow. It is essential that transfer to the city centre is available at a special price and that it is also possible to transfer to the Moscow Central Circle line”, said Alexander Dvoinykh, Head of the Domodedovo District in Moscow Region.

For passengers heading to Moscow from Domodedovo town, the company offers a special fare of 300 roubles. The standard fare to the airport is 399 roubles regardless of the boarding station. The company plans to develop a flexible fare concept for this route and introduce railcards, which will help save money on trips.

Aeroexpress tickets will be available right at the Domodedovo station. For passengers’ convenience, the company will install ticket vending machines there. Turnstiles at the platform will also be upgraded so they can read Aeroexpress tickets. Passengers should keep their tickets regardless of their destination.

It is worth reminding that Aeroexpress trains running between the Paveletsky Rail Terminal and Domodedovo Airport make another interim stop at the Verkhnie Kotly platform. From there, travellers can quickly change to the MCC station with the same name, buses, trolleybuses, trams, and the Nagatinskaya metro station.

To learn more about the timetable and fares, please visit the Aeroexpress website or use the mobile app. Enquiries can also be directed to the hotline at +7 800 700 3377 (for calls from Russia’s regions and mobile phones) or +7 495 663 8410 (for calls from Moscow) and company employees at the terminals.