Malev switches to Domodedovo

30th Jan 2008

Malev is switching its Moscow service from Sheremetyevo to the modern Domodedovo International Airport, the air hub able to meet all the demands of the travelling public and also the terminal used by oneworld member airlines and AiRUnion.

In terms of traffic indicators, today Domodedovo ranks as the leading airport in Moscow, and what’s more it can guarantee Malev passengers rapid and smooth connections to the networks of AiRUnion and other Russian airlines, while oneworld member airlines also use this airport.

At present, 72 airlines operate out of Domodedovo, Russia’s largest and most dynamically developing airport, and the first air hub in the country to gain ISO 9001:2000 certification. It links the capital of Russia with 207 foreign and domestic destinations. Scheduling of the daily Malev Moscow-Domodedovo flight harmonizes with AiRUnion’s eight and S7 airline’s 17 services within Russia and to the countries of the CIS. By making the switch the Hungarian national carrier creates the opportunity to travel from Budapest via Moscow to the major cities in Russia with just one convenient transfer, while it also allows travellers arriving from the Russian markets to fly with Malev to all Malev destinations. Furthermore, with the exception of Finnair all the member airlines of oneworld providing services to Moscow - American Airlines, British Airways, Royal Jordanian, Iberia and Japan Airlines - also fly in and out of Domodedovo.


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