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Flights to Moscow

Arranging a Russian adventure is easier than ever thanks to a wide selection of flights to Moscow from UK airports. The journey time is only around five hours; flights leave morning, afternoon and well into the evening; and with budget fares on offer, getting to Moscow is affordable as well.

Which is the main airport in Moscow?

Moscow has a couple of international airports. Most flights will land at Sheremetyevo, which is Russia's busiest aviation hub. Sheremetyevo is around 20 miles away from the heart of the city, but access is easy via Aeroexpress trains (35 minutes to Belorussky Station). Domededovo Airport is also used by some airlines. From there, rail services take 45 minutes to reach Paveletsky Station.

Which airlines offer flights to Moscow?

Airlines offering flights to Moscow include British Airways and Aeroflot. Both fly from London Heathrow on a year-round schedule, and passengers can pick services to Domededovo or Sheremetyevo. Indirect services may also be available via KLM, Lufthansa or Swiss Air.

Why travel by plane to Moscow?

Not only is flying likely the only viable way to get from the UK to Moscow, this mode of travel has plenty of other advantages. For one thing, flight times are around three hours 45 minutes when no stops are involved, so it's hardly a long haul. Flights also leave from conveniently located departure points like London Heathrow, which is easily accessible for most British travellers. Travellers can choose from affordable fares and premium fares, and services fly all year round, so there's no need to worry about seasonal disruptions. Finally, both Moscow airports have excellent rail connections to the city centre, so arriving shouldn't be too stressful.

Before you travel to Moscow by plane - good to know!

Moscow is a massive city, so learning how to get around is really important. Picking up a Troika Card makes sense, allowing visitors to pay less for bus or subway journeys. When that's sorted out, there are plenty of attractions to see. Lenin's Tomb and the Kremlin complex are must-sees, as is St. Basil's Cathedral, with its famous cupolas. GUM is both a historical monument and a magnet for shoppers, while Arbat Street is full of life and a great place to pick up a snack. But that's just scratching the surface. From Gorky Park to the Pushkin Museum, and from the towers of Moscow State University to performances at the Bolshoi, Moscow will keep visitors entertained for days.

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