Zhukovsky International Airport
Zhukovsky International Airport will be the fourth airport of the Moscow Aviation Hub which is currently being developed on the basis of existing Ramenskoye aerodrome. While operating the longest runway (5.5 km) in Europe, the airport will act as a major center of experimental, governmental and civil aviation.
Ramenskoye International is being developed in three stages.
The first stage covers the development of the existing infrastructure of the Ramenskoye aerodrome through the construction of a brand new 15 000 sq. m. passenger terminal. The new international terminal will service up to 4 million of passengers per year. In addition, the airport will receive a reconstructed automobile road as well as short-term and long-term car parking.
In the second and third stages of the development Ramport is planning to build the second and significantly expand the first airport terminals. The combined area of both terminals will reach 60 000 sq. m. raising the airport capacity to 12 million passengers per year.
Furthermore, the airport will be expanded by adding a cargo handling terminal, an aircraft maintenance centre, multi-storey car parks, a hotel and two offices-centers. On top of that, the entire complex will be supplemented with a shopping and entertainment mall. All the additional commercial objects will allow the new airport to generate more income from the non-aviation related activities thus offering more favorable terms of service, including the conditions for the development of low cost carriers.
Upon the successful implementation of all three development stages Ramenskoye International will have attracted approx. USD 280 million worth of investment and created 10 thousand new jobs. With the total of 240 thousand sq. m. of aviation and other infrastructure, the airport is expected to attract over USD 360 million to the region’s economy.
The fourth Moscow airports will start its operations in the Q4 2015.
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