Moscow Domodedovo Airport has summed up the results of its operational activities in July 2021. Passenger traffic for the air hub amounted to 2.7 million people. The largest increase in traffic was attributed to Sochi, Simferopol, Kaliningrad, Anapa and Gelendzhik – a 76% year-to-year increase compared to 2019.
On domestic flights, Moscow Domodedovo Airport served almost 2.2 million people – 29% more than in the same period in 2019. The most popular destinations inside Russia were Simferopol, Sochi, Anapa, Saint Petersburg and Kaliningrad. The passenger traffic on these destinations amounted to 891,000 people, that is 1.5-times higher than in 2019.
On international flights, in July Moscow Domodedovo Airport served 523,000 passengers. The partner airlines of the air hub increased the frequency of flights and opened flights to new cities in the middle of summer. NordStar launched two weekly flights to Zakynthos. SriLankan Airlines resumed a unique destination for Domodedovo passengers – Colombo, Sri Lanka. S7 Airlines started to fly to Burgas, Bulgaria. Ural Airlines launched a charter program to Croatia and Aegean Airlines increased its number of flights to Greece