Russia mulls fourth Moscow airport to meet growing demand

Moscow will need a fourth airport because the city’s three existing airports will not be able to handle expected high levels of passenger growth through 2030, Russian transportation minister Maxim Sokolov said. According to a forecast ordered by Russian transport officials, by 2030 the number of...

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