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|Airport of departure:
|Ankara Esenboga Airport (ESB)
|Airport of arrival:
|Moscow Vnukovo International Airport (VKO)
|Flight duration from Ankara to Moscow:
|Average of 4 hours 40 minutes
There are 15 direct flights from Ankara to Izmir, Amman, Antalya, Bodrum, Cologne, Düsseldorf, Erbil, Lefkosa, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Boryspil/Kyiv, Stuttgart, Tekirdag/Corlu, Wien and Istanbul. Furthermore, there are 204 connected flights via Antalya, Istanbul, Izmir, and Mugla. If you would like to catch good deals, follow Pegasus campaigns and offers. It is easy to buy an affordable flight ticket via Pegasus.
Ankara Esenboga Airport is 28 km away from the city.
The airport has been serving since 1955. It has domestic and international terminals. It is restructured in 2006 and it has a capacity of 20 million passengers. Besides the commercial locations and lounges, there are luggage wrapping services, cargo terminals, lost luggage office, and medical points. Free WiFi, prayer room and left luggage services are also available.
The most common way to reach the city center is using the Airport Shuttle called HAVAS. Besides, bus number 442 is also connects the airport to the city center. The shuttles and buses leave in front of the arrival terminal. The final destination is the bus terminal called ASTI. The buses stop at the following stations: Pursaklar, Istanbul Road Metro Station, Diskapi, Ulus, Kizilay, and ASTI.
Rent a car and taxis are also other options to reach the city center.
Buses, mini-buses metros, and taxis are the main public transportation vehicles. Ankara railway network is not complicated. The light metro line connects ASTI – the bus terminal- with Dikimevi. The metro line links Koru and Torekent (OSB) metro stations. ANKARAKart is the smart card that can be refilled and used for public transportation in Ankara.
There are direct flights available from Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen Airport to Moscow Vnukovo Airport throughout the year. There are also seasonal flights from various provinces of Turkey to Moscow.
You can book your ticket in advance to benefit from seasonal discounts and promotions offered by Pegasus Airlines.
Formally known as Vnukovo International Airport, the complex is 42 kilometres away from the southeast of Moscow. The airport is one of four airports in Russia. It is the second busiest airport after Sheremetyevo International Airport.
The easiest way to get to Moscow Vnukovo Airport is by taxi or private transfer. Taxis are readily available at the airport's arrivals area, and the journey to the city centre takes about 40-60 minutes, depending on traffic. Alternatively, you can use the Aeroexpress train, which runs between the airport and the Kievskaya metro station in the city centre. It takes approximately 35 minutes and costs around 400 rubles. There are also several bus routes connecting the airport to various parts of Moscow, including the 611 and 611c buses.
Moscow transportation system is quite systematic and also efficient. The ideal way to get around in Moscow is Moscow Metro. Metro is not only available from 5.30 AM to 1 AM, but it also offers relatively cheaper and faster rides around the city and allows you to avoid the heavy traffic of Moscow.
The connection between the counties of Moscow is served by buses. Bus rides cost around 25 rubles and tickets can be bought from the drivers.
You can also take the taxi to visit the attraction points of Moscow. Bargaining on the price are always recommended, therefore the taxi prices are quite flexible.
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