Due to restrictions in international air transport following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, Sheremetyevo International Airport in Moscow has suspended passenger service at Terminal D from March 15, 2022.
International flights of Belavia, Aircompany Armenia, Vietnam Airlines, Corendon Airlines, Korean Air, MIAT Mongolian Airlines, Aeroflot (flights to the EAEU), Cham Wings Airlines, Air India and Air Serbia for arrival and departure from Terminal D will be transferred to Terminal C. Domestic flights of Aeroflot, Rossiya Airlines, Pobeda, Yamal, Ikar, Nordwind Airlines and Severstal Airlines will move to Terminal B.
Multi-level parking and traffic on the forecourt of Terminal D will also be temporarily closed. The movement of unmanned trains of the interterminal passage will continue around the clock without changes, with an average travel time between Sheremetyevo 1 and Sheremetyevo 2 stations being 3-4 minutes. Multi-level parking and traffic on the forecourt of Terminal D will also be temporarily closed.
All related infrastructure for disabled travellers and passengers with children is available in Terminals B and C. Specialised rooms for mothers and children and the Mercury and Orion superior rooms for disabled passengers will be open around the clock.