Serving the city of Moscow, Vnukovo International Airport is a hub for several major Russian airlines and is also served by other international carriers. The third busiest airport in the Russian Federation is an important base for UTair Aviation. Based in the small city of Khanty-Mansiysk in central Russia, this medium size airline specializes in domestic service. UTair Aviation connects Vnukovo International Airport with more than 20 cities within the Russian Federation. Irkutsk, Kazan, Kirov, Kursk, Novgorod, Perm, Rostov-on-Don, St. Petersburg, Sochi, and Volgograd are some of the major cities that are directly accessible via this large regional Russian airline.
UTair Aviation also offers service between Vnukovo International Airport and major cities in neighboring former Soviet republic countries. Astana, Donestk, Kharkiv, Kiev, Lviv, Minsk, Riga, Tallinn, and Vilnius are listed on the international service offered by UTair Aviation. Most of the flights offered by this regional Russian airline depart from Terminal A. From Terminal B, UTair Aviation operates flights only to central Asian and Caucus destinations such as in Azerbaijan, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan.
Vnukovo International Airport is also a hub for Transaero Airlines. As one of the largest airlines in the Russian Federation, this company specializes in connecting Moscow’s third busiest airport with some of the most popular cities within Europe. Barcelona, Frankfurt, London, Milan, Paris, Rome, and Vienna are listed in the timetables of Transaero Airlines. This major Russian carrier is also the only option for flying between Vnukovo International Airport and North America. Transaero jets land directly in Miami and New York City in the United States and Toronto in Canada. You can wait for Transaero flights at Terminal A.
Other major domestic airlines operating at Vnukovo International Airport include Gazpromavia and Yakutia Airlines. Gazpromavia is based in Moscow and offers only domestic service at this airport. Based in the city of Yakutsk, Yakutia Airlines takes Moscow’s passengers to the company’s home city in northeastern Siberia. Yakutia Airlines connects Moscow to more than ten other Russian cities including Krasnodar and Sochi. Vnukovo International Airport gets limited service from Aeroflot. Operating in Terminal A, Russia’s national airline offers non-stop flights to St. Petersburg.
International airlines serving Vnukovo International Airport include Armenia’s flag carrier Armavia and Georgia’s national airline Georgia Airways. Aigle Azur, Germanwings, Lufthansa, and Turkish Airlines are the European carriers serving Russia’s third busiest airport. Additionally, Syrian Air connects Russia’s capital city with the Syrian capital city of Damascus.