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Aeroflot pushes off competitors from Sheremetyevo

 

By Polina Borodina | October 11, 2012

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Russia’s Aeroflot Airlines (SU) signed an agreement with Moscow Sheremetyevo Airport (SVO) to release airport terminals D, E and F for the carrier, its sister companies and SkyTeam partners. Russia’s Kommersant newspaper said SU and partners will occupy the terminals from summer 2014.

 

Currently, other airlines—including SAS, Finnair, AirBaltic, Air Astana and LOT Polish Airlines—also use the terminals, and say they could move to a different airport as the other terminals are unsuitable for them.

 

Industry experts say this decision could weaken Transaero Airline (UN), SU’s main competitor. Domodedovo-based (DME) UN operates several flights using widebody aircraft from SVO. UN this year started flights from Moscow Vnukovo Airport (ATW Daily News, Feb. 22).

 

Photo: Aeroflot tail. By Rob Finlayson

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A Aeroflot já vem fazendo isso há anos. Não é novidade. A diferença para a Argentina é que as outros companhias podem operar com relativa liberdade, só que em outros aeroportos. O interessante é que os três principais aeroportos de Moscou concorrem entre si.

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