Russia's Moscow Sheremetyevo Airport reported (11-Sep-2013) an 8.8% year-on-year increase in passenger numbers to a record 3.1 million in Aug-2013, including an 18.3% increase in domestic passengers to 1.1 million and a 4.4% increase in international passengers to 2.0 million. The most popular destinations in the first eight months of the year were Antalya, Paris, Hurghada, Saint Petersburg, Sochi and Krasnodar. [more - original RP - Russian]
Moscow Sheremetyevo Airport reports record pax in Aug-2013 with 3.1 million pax
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