Moscow Sheremetyevo Airport: airport map, terminal plan and other useful information

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Moscow Sheremetyevo Airport: airport map, terminal plan and other useful information
Moscow Sheremetyevo Airport: airport map, terminal plan and other useful information

Sheremetyevo is one of the four main international airports located on the territory of Moscow and the Moscow region. It is deservedly one of the top twenty airports.

Sheremetyevo Airport

sheremetyevo airport scheme
sheremetyevo airport scheme

Established in 1959 as a military airfield serving aircraft of the SA Air Force. Then, at the initiative of Nikita Khrushchev, it was transformed into a major international airport, and in the summer of the same year it received its first passenger plane, which arrived from Leningrad. This significant event became the official opening of the airport.

Now Sheremetyevo is the largest first-class airport, carrying out regular international flights and serving more than 30 million passengers annually. Planes from more than 40 airlines land on its territory.

Safety of passengers is in the first place for the employees of Sheremetyevo International Airport. The scheme of work of the attendants has been debugged, everything is done for the convenience of Muscovites and guests of the capital. With the help of the latest equipment, luggage is checked, cynologists andvideo surveillance is underway. The airport is constantly developing and improving.

In specialized studios, unified schemes of Sheremetyevo Airport were created, which are placed in the building of the airport itself at information stands.

Plan (scheme) of Sheremetyevo airport terminals

Currently there are four operating terminals in Sheremetyevo - C, D, E and F. Terminals A and B are currently not used for regular passenger flights.

sheremetyevo airport map of terminals
sheremetyevo airport map of terminals

Terminal C is located in the northern sector and hosts both Russian and foreign flights. The sector includes passport control points, check-in counters, a VIP-lounge, Duty-free, a baggage screening center, a first-aid post, cafes and bank branches. There is a bus service between terminals C and E.

Terminal A is also located in the northern sector of the airport, designed for business aviation passengers and operates with business class flights.

Terminal B (Sheremetyevo-1) was launched in 1961. The sector initially deals only with domestic air transportation. Since 2014, the terminal has been closed due to the construction of a new building. Construction is scheduled to be completed by the end of 2017.

Terminals D and E are the hub for Aeroflot and 20 other airlines and are used for international flights. It has everything for the convenience and service of passengers.

Terminal F (Sheremetyevo-2) was opened for the Olympic Games in 1980. Currently serves both international and domesticflights. Terminal F building houses check-in desks, waiting rooms (including VIP lounges), shops, cafes and a hotel.

Terminals D, E and F are located in the southern sector of the airport and are interconnected by pedestrian galleries.

How to get to Sheremetyevo

sheremetyevo airport map
sheremetyevo airport map

Sheremetyevo is located near the cities of Khimki and Lobnya, which are located in the western part of the Moscow region. By public transport, you can easily get to the terminals of Sheremetyevo Airport. The scheme is simple.

On the train

There are electric trains from Savelovsky railway station (Moscow) to Lobnya station. Further, you can get to the airport terminals by bus number 21, which runs every 15 minutes.

On the bus

From the Planernaya metro station to the airport terminals, bus number 817 follows.

From the Rechnoy Vokzal metro station to Sheremetyevo-1, bus No. 851 (851C) runs daily without intermediate stops.

On a fixed-route taxi

From the metro station "Planernaya" there is a fixed-route taxi №49.

From the metro station "Rechnoy Vokzal" - minibus №48.

On the Aeroexpress

From the Belorussky railway station, a high-speed electric train departs daily to Terminal F, from where a modern shuttle runs to Terminal D.

It is also quite easy to get to Sheremetyevo Airport by car. The route is as follows: from Moscow (from the Moscow Ring Road) along the Leningradskoe shosse (M-10 highway), then turn onto Mezhdunarodnoe shosse. The road without traffic jams will take an average of about 40 minutes.

You can also get to the airport by taxi (on average, the fare costs about a thousand rubles) or use the car sharing service - this is a car rental with a per-minute payment. By the way, they can now be left for free in the parking lot near terminal F.


The parking scheme of Sheremetyevo Airport is similar to the location of the terminals, as parking lots are located in close proximity to the buildings of both the southern and northern sectors of the airport.

sheremetyevo airport parking map
sheremetyevo airport parking map

Total parking 14. The average cost per place is about 200 rubles per day. Hourly payment from 20 rubles per hour is possible if the car remains in the parking lot for no more than 10 hours. The price usually includes a service such as delivery to the terminal buildings.

People with disabilities are served free of charge.