Domodedovo airport invites journalists and bloggers to look into the future
On September 27, 2011 at 11.00 a.m. at Moscow Domodedovo Airport a press tour will take place for journalists of Russian and foreign media, as well as bloggers on the topic «Prospective development of Moscow Domodedovo Airport. Aerotropolis Domodedovo».

Key speakers: Chairman of the Board of Directors of Moscow Domodedovo Airport Dmitry Kamenshchik, Head of the Domodedovo City District Administration Dmitry Gorodetsky, Professor, Doctor of Science at North Carolina State University and founder of the theory of development of territories within Aerotropolis John Kasarda.

Participants of the press tour will get the information about strategic construction and development projects at Domodedovo airport: construction of a cargo village, a multi-storey parking lot, development of the airfield complex, reconstruction of the terminal building, etc. They will learn about the project to create an airport city - Aerotropolis Domodedovo - a new form of urban that includes business parks, logistics and industrial centers, shopping malls, technology, information and communication centers. They will get acquainted with the results and plans of the strategic partnership between the airport and Domodedovo city district.

What Moscow Domodedovo Airport will look like in 20 years, journalists and bloggers will be able to see on the multimedia presentation demonstrating the scale of construction and development projects, as well as allow to zoom in and examine each object in detail. Journalists and bloggers will also be offered a helicopter tour and a tour round the terminal under construction.

Press tour partner RIA Novosti will provide an online broadcast of the event on its portal: We invite journalists and bloggers to take part in the press tour, which provides a unique chance to find out and see what Domodedovo airport plans to become in 20 years.

Moscow Domodedovo Airport is one of the most dynamically developing airports in Russia and Eastern Europe. Over the past 10 years, the airport's passenger traffic has increased almost 10 times: from 2.8 million people in 2000 to 22.3 million passengers in 2010. More than 80 Russian and foreign airlines are partners of the airport. Members of the world's leading airline alliances - Star Alliance, oneworld and SkyTeam - have chosen Moscow Domodedovo Airport for their flights to and from Moscow.