Transaero now flies from Moscow to Girona on Spain’s Costa Brava and Simferopol on Crimea, Ukraine.
Transaero connects Moscow Vnukovo and Tel Aviv, and Moscow Domodedovo and Los Angeles.
Transaero Airlines now flies from Moscow Domodedovo Airport to Yerevan in Armenia.
Transaero now flies to Abu Dhabi Airport, Kuala Lumpur International Airport and Singapore Changi Airport from Moscow Domodedovo Airport.
Transaero Airlines of Russia now flies from its Moscow Domodedovo hub to Vilnius Airport in Lithuania.
Transaero now flies the Russian domestic route from its Moscow Domodedovo hub to Mineralnye Vody.
Transaero Airlines now flies from Moscow Domodedovo Airport to both Madrid in Spain and Amman in Jordan.
Transaero now flies to the oil town Khanty-Mansiysk in Siberia from its Moscow Domodedovo hub.
Moscow’s largest airport Domodedovo continues rapid growth; SriLankan Airlines and Oman Air coming soon
At almost constant growth in the last decade, Moscow Domodedovo has become the biggest airport serving the megacity Moscow, but what is the division between domestic and international passengers? Which international market dominates? And which is the latest airline to begin serving the airport?
Transaero has connected its Moscow Domodedovo hub with Lisbon and Faro in Portugal and Girona in Spain.
Cancun sees traffic grow 11% in 2010; US carriers (including Virgin America) adding more new routes in 2011
Mexico’s second busiest airport reported double-digit growth last year. How seasonal is its international traffic and when is its peak month? Which are the leading carriers on international routes and which are the leading destinations? Which European countries are served and what regional connections are there?