Sheremetyevo Airport (IATA: SVO). Sheremetyevo is
the largest and most difficult to understand Moscow airport, the hub
of Aeroflot. It is located 20 km north-west of Moscow Ring Road and
consists of several terminals combined into two clusters - the north
and the south, they are also “Sheremetyevo-1” and “Sheremetyevo-2”.
Only terminal B operates in the northern cluster, terminal C is
under construction until at least 2019, and the vast majority of
regular flights run from the southern cluster, which includes
terminals D, E and F. Aeroexpress runs to the southern cluster, the
southern and northern clusters are connected by underground the
tunnel. The terminals of the southern cluster are connected by
pedestrian galleries. Distances are quite large, from end to end to
go about 10 minutes. Terminal D serves domestic and international
flights, terminals E and F - only international. At the airport, a
lot of food outlets of different levels and price categories.
Relatively inexpensive food - at the Aeroexpress terminal and at
Terminal E next to the check-in counters. The 24-hour canteen for
airport employees is located on the 4th floor of Terminal F.