Domodedovo International Airport is to take part in the biggest travel exhibition held in Germany at ITB 2006, Berlin, March 7 -10. Domodedovo will be represented by a stand located in the Hall 3.2. (Europe), stand # 110.
Visitor of the exhibition are welcome to attend the stand to get acquainted with the recent developments and achievement of the Russian largest airport, new services and products available for air passengers and airlines, the airport?s plans for the future development.
Domodedovo International Airport holds the leading position in the Moscow aviation hub. Its passenger traffic reached 15.3 million, which is a 10.1% year-on-year rise. Domodedovo services more than 70 Russian, international and CIS airlines. The airport occupies up to 70% of the Moscow air travel market offering links with over 200 destinations worldwide.
Domodedovo continues to gain new partner airlines. On Feb.19, 2007 Austrian Airlines has completed transfer of all their flights to Domodedovo where it develops co-operation with the Russian aviation alliance AiRUnion.
It has been announced recently that another Austrian air carrier ? NIKI ? is to launch services on the Moscow-Vienna-Moscow route from March 30, 2007. The airline will be the third low-cost airline operating from Domodedovo in addition to Wind Jet and Air Berlin.
Domodedovo pays particular attention to the development of the low-cost segment. It has already begun to construct a dedicated area for these types of carriers which is to be completed in six months.
The airport successfully implements a number of projects aimed at simplification of flight procedures, enhancement of passenger services and reduction of time in travel. These projects include intermodal projects (combination of air travel with rail travel to the center of Moscow within the shortest time period), transfer project (special arrangements with airlines aimed at development of transfer travel).