Make sure you know which terminal you need as the terminals are not close to each other. You can easily and quickly go between the southern D, E, and F terminals, and in the northern sector of the airport at terminal C there are free shuttle buses to the southern terminals for passengers with plane tickets and proof of identity. The journey is about 20 minutes. You can also take a public bus or a taxi.
All terminals are equipped with interactive information stands, which include information on types of transport, routes, times and fares. They also offer free Wi-Fi.
Getting to the city
By far the best way to get into town is via the Aeroexpress train which runs between the southern sector of the airport and Belorussky Train Station, right next to the Belorusskaya metro station (green line 2 and circle line). Tickets can be purchased at the airport's train terminal, just follow the signs for it. Trains run almost every half an hour, although be sure to check the timetable in the train station or at the Aeroexpress website. The first train leaves Sheremetyevo at 05:00 and the last at 00:30. The journey time is 35 minutes.
Tverskaya Zastava pl. 7
Ostafyevo Business Airport
Ostafyevo is the first international airport for business aviation in Moscow and the only one in Russia. The passenger who values every moment can define himself a departure time since his carrier does not have to waste time in the line for take-off and
Sheraton Moscow Sheremetyevo Airport Hotel
Mezhdunarodnoye shosse 28B, bldg. 5
Few Moscow hotels can boast the surroundings that Sheraton has, almost in the midst of the forest, quiet and brand new. Located a short (complimentary) drive from the Sheremetyevo