Moscow Sheremetyevo Airport Hikes Prices for Airlines

Moscow Sheremetyevo Airport Hikes Prices for Airlines
English: Aleksandr MarkinРусский: Александр Маркин, CC BY-SA 2.0 , via Wikimedia Commons

Moscow Sheremetyevo Airport has revealed that prices for airlines operating from the airfield will rise on January 1.

According to Interfax, the airport has made significant changes, which will affect Russian carriers the most.

Without further ado, let’s get into it…

Moscow Sheremetyevo Airport Hikes Prices for Airlines…


Moscow Sheremetyevo Airport Hikes Prices for Airlines
English: Aleksandr MarkinРусский: Александр Маркин, CC BY-SA 2.0 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0, via Wikimedia Commons

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It is understood that the basic take-off and landing fee will increase from 586.5 rubles to 656.8 rubles per tonne of an aircraft’s maximum take-off weight at Moscow Sheremetyevo Airport.

Below is also the additional fee increases that will take place:

“The fee for providing an air terminal on domestic flights (Terminals B and D) will increase from 191.4 rubles to 214.4 rubles per passenger, while for international passengers it will rise from 583.2 rubles to 653.2 rubles in Terminals B, C, and D and from 147.8 rubles to 165.5 rubles in Terminals E and F.”

“The base tariff of Sheremetyevo Handling LLC, the airport’s service subsidiary, for servicing passengers will also be indexed 12%.”

“On domestic flights (Terminals B, D) it will increase from 231.4 rubles to 259.2 rubles per person, on international flights in Terminals C, D, and E, it will rise from 255.6 rubles to 286.3 rubles, and on international flights in Terminal F, from 237.5 rubles to 266 rubles.”

“For foreign airlines, Sheremetyevo is also raising tariffs in January. Take-off and landing fees will increase 4.4%, from $15.83 to $16.52 per tonne of maximum take-off weight, and the aviation security fee (without inspection and access control) will rise 4.7% from $1.29 to $1.35.”

“The fee for providing an air terminal will increase 4.4%: in Terminals B, C, and D from $18.35 to $19.16 per passenger, and in Terminals E and F from $10.78 to $11.25.”

All eyes will be on how this will affect airlines operating out of Moscow Sheremetyevo Airport.

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