Moscow Vnukovo Airport is the oldest airport in Moscow. This airport was mainly opened with a purpose for military purposes in the year 1930. Moscow Vnukovo Airport is serving Moscow after the Second World War. The other two airports are Domodedovo International Airport and Sheremetyevo International airport. Moscow Vnukovo Airport is located in Vnukovo, Moscow Oblast, Russia. The best thing about this airport is that it is used as an alternative airport during severe fog due to its effective height. In this airport, you may find two terminal A and D. terminal A is used for both domestic and international flights, and the terminal D is used for domestic arrivals from North Caucasus only. The Moscow Vnukovo Airport is capable of handling most common airlines with the exception of the Airbus A380. This airport is located in the center of Moscow, which is approximately twenty-eight kilometers away and could be reached using the Aero express train services or by shuttle bus. You may also find good road connections and taxi services at the airport. In the Moscow Vnukovo Airport, there are English spoken by staff and ground crew at the airport.