• Facebook
  • Twitter
  • LinkedIn
  • Google +
  • RSS

Dynamic services to satisfy passengers

23 May 2013  •  Author(s): Alexey Krivoruchko, Chief Executive Officer, Aeroexpress

Aeroexpress is a dynamic Russian company providing intermodal and local rail transport services between the capital and all of the major Moscow airports (Vnukovo, Domodedovo and Sheremetyevo), as well as the town of Lobnya. New intermodal transportation services were launched between the central rail terminal of Sochi and Adler Airport on 15 February 2012 – locations which are going to be particularly popular during the 2014 Winter Olympic Games. On 20 July 2012, a regular intermodal link commenced services in Vladivostok, where Aeroexpress trains now connect with the newly-built Knevichi Airport and the city’s central rail terminal.

More than 17.4 million passengers travelled on Aeroexpress trains in 2012, which includes the Moscow, Sochi, and Vladivostok routes, as well as the commuter route to the town of Lobnya. A total of 14.9 million passengers were transported to Moscow airports during 2012, representing an increase of just over 20% from the previous year. Aeroexpress’ share on the intermodal passenger market of the Moscow Air Cluster grew by 1.34% in 2012, totalling 23.37%.

The rest of this content is restricted to logged-in subscribers. Login or register (it's free) to view the full content.

Leave a reply