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Rail Service Launched in Sheremetyevo Airport
6.06.2008 14:06
Rail Service Launched in Sheremetyevo Airport

On June 10, 2008, presentation of a new transport service Savyolovsky Rail Terminal Sheremetyevo Airport will take place in Moscow. Honourable guests and media representatives will be first to get to Sheremetyevo by train and to see over the new rail terminal at the airport.
      Regular transportation on the route Moscow Sheremetyevo airport will be launched on June 11. Trains will run with regularity of once or twice in an hour and the trip from Savyolovsky Rail Terminal to Sheremetyevo will take around 30 minutes.
      According to representatives of Sheremetyevo, the new trains will annually carry around 40% or 12 million of the airports passengers.
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