The COVID-19 pandemic has continued to severely impact the European airports network, with passenger traffic currently down by 81 per cent.
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ACI Europe's data outlines a decline of 93.2 per cent across the European airport network during June 2020, with recovery already slowing down.
Sheremetyevo is the first airport in Russia to introduce this medical technology – technology which provides a coronavirus test result within 60 minutes.
In order to protect the health of its passengers and employees, Sheremetyevo Airport has built upon its COVID-19 safety measures.
Sheremetyevo International Airport’s Chairman, Alexander Ponomarenko, discusses how airports are often at the forefront of both medical and economic crises, and how Sheremetyevo acted to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
Russia's Minister of Transportation conducted the inspection following the implementation of preventative COVID-19 measures at Sheremetyevo Airport.
Sheremetyevo's Chairman, Alexander Ponomarenko, discusses the airport's response to the pandemic and the prospects for resuming normal activity.
The new terminal at Sheremetyevo enables the airport to accommodate an additional 20 million passengers per year.
Cirium found that Moscow Sheremetyevo International Airport came out on top in multiple categories, followed by Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport.
The new and improved Terminal C is scheduled to open in January 2020; yet another development at Sheremetyevo Airport.
Expected to be operational by 2022, the rail link expansion project at Sheremetyevo Airport will make the passenger journey more seamless.
Sheremetyevo International Airport has reported increases in both domestic and international passenger growth for the first half of 2019.
Russia's Sheremetyevo Airport remains leader in punctuality according to new data, with 94 per cent of departures on time.
This year's figures have been released showing the popularity of air travel continues its post-crash surge with the top five airports welcoming 18 million more passengers than 2016.