Sheremetyevo is eschewing business aviation operations, while Vnukovo is attracting the business jet crowd.
Since Moscow is Russia's economic and political center, it's no surprise that it is the country's business aviation hub as well, considerably outpacing all other airports, including that of its second largest city, St. Petersburg. For the time being, Russian business aviation is Moscow business aviation. Today, five airports in Moscow's suburbs provide handling services for private and business aviation, but only three of them have port-of-entry status. Of this triad, the one with the ...
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