Medvedev opened the fourth Moscow airport

Medvedev opened the fourth Moscow airport

The head of the Russian government Dmitry Medvedev opened may 30, the fourth international airport of the Moscow region Zhukovsky (formerly airport Ramenskoye), reports “Interfax”. The opening ceremony was also attended by Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin, transport Minister Maxim Sokolov and Minister of industry and trade Denis Manturov.

One of the first airlines that will begin operating its regular flights from the “Zhukovsky” will be Kyrgyz Air Kyrgyzstan, the first flight of zaplanirovan on June 20, told reporters at the opening ceremony, the representative of the carrier.

In addition, at the opening ceremony General Director of “Rampart Aero (investor and operator of the airport Zhukovsky) Thomas Vaisvila signed transport agreements with three other airlines: Kazakhstan SCAT, sky airlines gates” and “Aviastar-TU”.

Passengers at the International airport “Zhukovsky” in Moscow region

Photo: Emin Jafarov/TASS