Currently the largest air hub in Russia and Eastern Europe by passenger traffic, Moscow Domodedovo Airport has will now add additional capacity. A contract to build a second segment for passenger departures and arrivals is slated to be completed by 2016 according to the news.
The Russian Federation faces some big challenges ahead. Not the least of these is transforming the country’s travel and tourism industry to be on a par with other developed nations. Prime Minister Vladimir Putin and some of his deputies seem tasked more with spurring an inept bureaucracy than tackling infrastructure problems. Roads can be built, but incompetence seems to last forever.