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Transfer of international flights to the Sheremetyevo Terminal D delayed once more
25.01.2010 23:42
Transfer of international flights to the Sheremetyevo Terminal D delayed once more

Transfer of international flights to the new Terminal D of the airport of Sheremetyevo from Sheremetyevo 2 (Terminal F) which should begin in February is delayed for an indefinite term by the Aeroflot Air Company. Now the schedule of the moving flights disappeared from the Air Companys site.
      The move has been delayed not for the first time. The very first and the most optimistic version supposed the opening ceremony in the new hub already on the February, 9, 2010. All the international flights should have been already moved there. The works were not finished on time and the check-in procedure was organized not very good. So the process of functioning of the new built hub has collapsed. It happened only after some domestic flights were moved to the Terminal D.
      Aeroflot is supposed to try not to allow a repetition of those events with the international flights. Such air carriers as Air France, KLM and Alitalia have refused to move their services till the end of this winter schedule.
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