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News: Domodedovo Airport at Air Cargo Forum-2012
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Moscow Domodedovo Airport participated in the main international air cargo exhibition and forum, Air Cargo Forum and Exposition 2012, held in Atlanta (USA). The Domodedovo stand at the Forum gave visitors an insight into the development of the fast-growing air cargo market, in Russia cargo traffic has grown by nearly 70% in seven years from 2005 through 2011. Domodedovo considers this line of business a core priority one and, as the largest Russian air port, handles 35% of all cargo traffic accounting for the Moscow air transport hub, which in turn represents 65% of all air cargo in Russia.Domodedovo offers the broadest route network in Russia, including domestic flights, which enables the best-possible range of connections for transit cargo. Partner airlines currently serve 83 transit cargo routes via the airport using spacious, wide-body aircrafts. Another major cargo service was added on October 10, 2012, when Polet Airline resumed charter operations to the Far East using a wide-body, long-haul Il-96-400T   >>>


News: Domodedovo Airport at Air Cargo Forum-2012
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Moscow Domodedovo Airport participated in the main international air cargo exhibition and forum, Air Cargo Forum and Exposition 2012, held in Atlanta (USA). The Domodedovo stand at the Forum gave visitors an insight into the development of the fast-growing air cargo market, in Russia cargo traffic has grown by nearly 70% in seven years from 2005 through 2011. Domodedovo considers this line of business a core priority one and, as the largest Russian air port, handles 35% of all cargo traffic accounting for the Moscow air transport hub, which in turn represents 65% of all air cargo in Russia.Domodedovo offers the broadest route network in Russia, including domestic flights, which enables the best-possible range of connections for transit cargo. Partner airlines currently serve 83 transit cargo routes via the airport using spacious, wide-body aircrafts. Another major cargo service was added on October 10, 2012, when Polet Airline resumed charter operations to the Far East using a wide-body, long-haul Il-96-400T   >>>


Airline: Ural Airlines
Airlines\Ural airlines

The key activities of the airline are transportation of passengers and cargo, air ticket booking and sale, repair and maintenance of aircraft.  >>>


Airport: Ekaterinburg Koltsovo International Airport
Страны\Россия\Екатеринбург\Ekaterinburg Koltsovo International Airport

Ekaterinburg Koltsovo International Airport is Russia’s largest regional airport. Over 30 Russian and foreign airlines connect Ekaterinburg with more than 80 cities of the world and, thanks to convenient transfers at international hubs, with practically any place in the world.  >>>


Airline: VIM-AVIA Airlines
Airlines\VIM-Avia Airlines

Every day airliners with VIM-AVIA company livery take off from Domodedovo Airport to virtually all most popular tourist destinations. It is pleasant to think, that not only above the Canary Islands and the Mediterranean, above Africa and Europe, but also above the huge territory of Russia «NN», VIM-AVIA call sign, sounds in air.  >>>


Airline: UTair Aviation
Airlines\UTair

A major world helicopter operator. (The company is among the top four world helicopter airline companies by volume of operations.) It flies Russian-manufactured helicopters.  >>>


Airport: Domodedovo International Airport
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Moscow Domodedovo Airport is Russia's largest airport in terms of passenger traffic. Total passenger traffic of the airport in 2010 made 22 million 254 thousand people which increased 19.2% when compared with 2009.  >>>


News: Koltsovo Starts Construction of a New Cargo Village
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The ceremony of laying the foundation stone of a new cargo village took place earlier today at Ekaterinburg International Airport. The event was attended, among others, by Russian Transport Minister Igor Levitin, Sverdlovsk Oblast Governor Alexander Misharin, and Ekaterinburg Koltsovo Airport General Director Evgeniy Chudnovskiy. About 17 000 square metres are due for completion within Phase One of the construction in December 2011; these are planned for the cargo terminal, offices of the airport’s Cargo Division, Koltsovo Customs and the Checkpoint Koltsovo-Ekaterinburg. Another 22 000 square metres of buildings and structures will be constructed in 2018–22. The investment volume of Phase 1 will amount to approx. 900 million rubles; Phase 2, 800 million rubles.  >>>


News: Koltsovo Starts Construction of a New Cargo Village
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The ceremony of laying the foundation stone of a new cargo village took place earlier today at Ekaterinburg International Airport. The event was attended, among others, by Russian Transport Minister Igor Levitin, Sverdlovsk Oblast Governor Alexander Misharin, and Ekaterinburg Koltsovo Airport General Director Evgeniy Chudnovskiy. About 17 000 square metres are due for completion within Phase One of the construction in December 2011; these are planned for the cargo terminal, offices of the airport’s Cargo Division, Koltsovo Customs and the Checkpoint Koltsovo-Ekaterinburg. Another 22 000 square metres of buildings and structures will be constructed in 2018–22. The investment volume of Phase 1 will amount to approx. 900 million rubles; Phase 2, 800 million rubles.  >>>


News: Sheremetyevo starts to build the largest cargo-terminal in East Europe.
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Sheremetyevo International Airport began to build a new multi-modal complex. This complex will completely corresponds with international standards in the field of cargo operations and it will start to function at the end of 2012 year.   >>>



 
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