Aeroexpress changes the schedule for the Vnukovo direction in May

AK&M 18 May 2022 12:40

Aeroexpress is changing the schedule for the Vnukovo direction in May. In connection with the scheduled work on the railway on May 21, 22, 28 and 29, the schedule of Aeroexpress trains to Vnukovo Airport will change. Some flights will be cancelled. This is stated in the carrier's message.

So, on May 21, all trains between Kievsky railway station and Vnukovo Airport will run according to the standard schedule, except for the flight departing at 23:00 from Kievsky railway station, it will be canceled.

In addition, on May 22, Aeroexpress trains departing to 06:00, 07:00, 08:00, 09:00, 10:00 and 11:00 from Kievsky railway station and from Vnukovo, as well as at 12:00 from the airport will be canceled. The train at 12:00 from Kievsky railway station will arrive at the airport with a slight deviation from the schedule. All other flights on this day will be carried out in accordance with the standard schedule.

In addition, on May 28, all trains will run according to the usual schedule, except for evening flights departing at 22:00 and 23:00 from Kievsky railway station, they will change the arrival time at the airport.

Also on May 29, minor adjustments will be made during the departure and arrival of several morning flights. Aeroexpress trains departing at 08:00 from Kievsky Railway Station and at 09:00 from Vnukovo will be canceled. From 09:00 flights to Vnukovo airport will be carried out according to the standard schedule, from the airport – from 10:00.

To get to Vnukovo Airport during the cancellation of Aeroexpress trains, the company recommends that passengers use the Sokolnicheskaya or Kalininsko-Solntsevskaya metro line with a transfer to ground public transport.

The Aeroexpress terminal at the Kiev Railway Station will operate as usual. The company's employees will help passengers choose the best route.

Aeroexpress LLC provides passenger rail service between the capital and the main airports of the Moscow aviation hub — Vnukovo, Domodedovo and Sheremetyevo. The company was founded in 2005 and during this time has transported more than 150 million people. Aeroexpress operates 11 double-decker trains manufactured by the Swiss company Stadler, characterized by increased comfort and capacity, as well as seven single-deck trains developed by special order at the Demikhovsky Machine-Building Plant. The company has its own passenger terminals at Sheremetyevo and Domodedovo airports. Aeroexpress trains operate an average of 198 flights daily.

In 2019, the company launched an express bus route from the Khovrino metro station to Sheremetyevo Airport, in 2022 - from the Domodedovo metro station to Domodedovo Airport. In order to integrate Aeroexpress trains into the transport system of the capital in 2019, the route of Aeroexpress trains from Sheremetyevo Airport has been extended to Odintsovo.