Fly to Moscow with British Airways and discover a world capital that’s also Eastern Europe’s largest city. Moscow’s wide avenues, vast squares and elaborate skyscrapers are on a scale rarely found elsewhere in Europe, while its ballet, opera and concert halls are among the world’s best.
A focal point for much of the last century’s world history, Moscow retains both fascinating reminders of its Communist past, including Lenin’s Mausoleum and the Stalin-built All Russia Exhibition Centre, and older monuments such as St. Basil’s Cathedral and the Kremlin’s palaces. If your curiosity extends beyond the city’s border, Moscow flights also make it easy to reach the ancient Russian city of Yaroslavl and to visit Tolstoy’s old country estate at nearby Yasnaya Polyana.
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Flights to Moscow from London last 4 hours 30 minutes and arrive at Moscow’s Domodedovo (DME) and Sheremetyevo (SVO) airports. The airport lies 25 miles and 20 miles respectively from central Moscow, which connects to both airports by an express train service.
British Airways flights depart from London Heathrow (LHR) and arrive at both Moscow Domodedovo airport (DME) and Moscow Sheremetyevo (SVO). British Airways operates three daily flights to Moscow, offering passengers award-winning service and a generous checked baggage allowance of 23kg
Fly non-stop to Moscow with British Airways and get to know the largest city in Eastern Europe. To make your journey simpler, consider checking in online or via your mobile phone where seats can be reserved up to 24 hours before your flight’s departure time.
Moscow Domodedovo airport is connected to central Moscow by an express train service lasting 45 minutes.
Moscow Sheremetyevo airport has a travel time of between 30-40 minutes to the central Moscow. An extensive metro network serves Moscow itself. As station platforms are very deep below ground, walking can be a quicker option for short distances.
Shops and restaurants at Moscow Domodedovo airport
Domodedovo’s choice of places to eat include the unusual Uzbechka, which serves traditional Uzbek cuisine, and Vienna Café, which offers hearty Central European style dishes and cakes in an imitation art nouveau interior. Among many shops stocking duty free items, perfumes and electrical goods, Domodedovo Market sells Russian tea and caviar and X Toys sells unusual Russian toys hard to find outside the country.