Domodedovo Airport named popular destinations for traveling on holidays

Domodedovo Airport named popular destinations for traveling on holidays


Specialists of Moscow Domodedovo Airport have prepared a forecast for popular destinations from the air harbor during the November holidays.

In the period from November 3-6, the Russian cities of Sochi, St. Petersburg, Yekaterinburg, Kaliningrad and Novosibirsk will be included in the list of the most popular routes of Domodedovo Airport this year.

Antalya is expected to lead the top 5 on international airlines. The top five will also include Yerevan, Dubai, Sharjah and Minsk.

The holiday weekend is traditionally a high season for the air transport industry. Moscow Domodedovo Airport recommends planning a trip to the air harbor in advance, taking into account the traditional growth of passenger traffic during the holidays, and timely tracking the date and time of arrival and departure of flights on the official website and in the airport's mobile application.

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