Russia's almost infinite vastness and diversity proves a real surprise. The area covers 17,100,000 km, which means that it takes almost nine flight hours to get from Moscow to Vladivostok, the most eastern point of the country. Air travel is not merely an option, but a necessity.
Every month until the competition kick-off, we will share important traveling insights for you to be well prepared for Russia 2018. Today, we take a closer look at Moscow's Vnukovo airport in Pro Sky's "Behind the Scenes" fact sheet.
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From now until the official kick-off, the newsletter series is going to feature all necessary information regarding the "triple A" of airports, airlines and authorities. Today?'s edition is dedicated to Moscow's Vnukovo airport in Pro Sky's "Behind the Scenes" fact sheet.
Did you know that Vnukovo airport serves around 14 million passengers a year?
Find out more in our fact sheet on Moscow's Vnukovo airport
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