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Vnukovo Airport

Posted on February 23, 2010 by team


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Since there was business bounce in Moscow recently and with each year it goes more and more skyscraperier with hundreds of people from different countries arriving to the capital of Russia, need in expanding infrastructure of the megacity sprang up. The authorities of Moscow have been long thinking of building new terminal at one of the well-known airports of the Russian Federation. It is 2010 outdoors and the construction goes full speed. After the terminal is ready, Vnukovo airport will be one of the biggest and modern airports in Russia with capacity of 20 millions travelers a year.


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Terminal view from a railway platform. This part will be finished at the very end.

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Side lanes made of glass. Through them the passengers will be getting into an airplane from the upper level and out of an airplane into the lower level airport building.

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27 Responses to “Vnukovo Airport”

  1. BigMike says:

    3rd!!!

  2. Musa says:

    WOW, that’s massive airport!

    Cool Pictures!

  3. perristalsis says:

    5-1/2th

  4. SSSR says:

    This must be one of those count down posts!

    5 13/16!

  5. joejoe says:

    Guy with green drill, is it Putin? :)

  6. D.K. says:

    It will definitely be interesting to see once it is done. I really like the lattice metallic roof.

  7. Risto says:

    PEKKANISKA NOSTAA, Russians use finnish machines =)

  8. New Fake Kirov says:

    13th!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Lots of money being spent on that construction project.

  9. 14TH. I SLAP ALL OF YOU IN FACE WITH MY BIG FAT COCK

  10. Bau-Bau says:

    15. Big things for BIG RUSSIA :))

  11. Kirov says:

    The problem is not the lack of terminals, but the immense corruption. Because managing a terminal means big money, everybody wants a piece of the cake. The end result: nothing happens, the terminals are unused or hardly used, like new Sjeremetevo terminal

    Corruption and ‘networking’ will destroy Russia and its prospects, not a prediction, but a fact

  12. Kirov says:

    The problem is not the lack of terminals, but the immense c0rruption. Because managing a terminal means big m0ney, everybody wants a piece of the cake. The end result: nothing happens, the terminals are unused or hardly used, like new Sjeremetev0 terminal

    Corruption and ‘networking’ will destroy Russia, not a prediction, but a fact

  13. whodareswins says:

    “It is 2010 outdoors and the construction goes full speed”

    What year is it indoors then?

  14. DM from Indianapolis says:

    Here’s to the working man, wherever he may be.

  15. DAnNZ says:

    Let us hope there are no problems with the building structure and the engineers designed it well and chose the right materials and that it is always well funded so does not deteriorate!!

    20 million is massive…watch for terrorists!!!!

  16. beaver666 says:

    What about budget carriers? The new superterminal will definitely make airport costs higher and reflect to ticket prices. Or is there any other limited facility terminal at Moscow area?

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