Find the cheapest flight to Moscow
There are five airports serving the capital city of Moscow in Russia, so you have no excuse for not going to visit. If you do not really care which airport you fly in and out of and you want to search the three major international airports at once, you can use the airport code MOW.
The largest airport in the city, and also in the country, is Domodedovo International Airport (airport code DME). It lies roughly 22 miles from the city center and serves primarily domestic flights and flights within Europe. S7 Airlines uses Domodedovo airport as one of its main hubs, and JSC Domodedovo Airlines, JSC Transaero Airlines, and VIM Airlines use Domodedovo as their home base airport. All airlines serving Domodedovo International are here and you can track arrivals and departures here. The airport’s shops and eateries are available from links on the right side of this page. Your ground transport options include taxi, car rental, train and bus – all are linked on the right side of this page.
The primary airport for international flights in and out of Europe is Sheremetyevo International Airport (airport code SVO), and although it is not located far from Moscow’s city center it can take much longer to get to Sheremetyevo airport than others serving the city because of heavy traffic at peak times. Russia’s national airline, Aeroflot, uses Sheremetyevo as a hub airport. A list of all the airlines serving Sheremetyevo is here and you can track incoming and outgoing flights here. Airport maps are here.
Vnukovo International Airport (airport code VKO) is the third Moscow airport to be included in the MOW airport code. It sits about 18 miles from Moscow and is the city’s oldest airport. The airlines serving Vnukovo are listed here and you can check flight status online here. Passenger services are listed here, including information about taxi service to and from the airport.