World's Ugliest Airports - Sheremetyevo, Moscow, Russia * The new Terminal D opened in November - though Aeroflot has reportedly postponed transferring its flights there because of an apparent lack of preparation and personnel
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https://flic.kr/p/b2yCyM | Sheremetyevo's "icon" | The so-called glass or wine-glass (Russian: Рюмка - Ryumka) is one of the eye attractions at Sheremetyevo International airport. Opened in 1961 Terminal "Sheremetyevo-1", terminal struck arriving and departing passangers with it's design: one of the parts of the terminal - the sattelite was like glass, and for many years was the business card Sheremetyevo. By the 1980 Olympics that were held Moscow the old
Aeroflot Flight 343 (Russian: Рейс 343 Аэрофлота Reys 343 Aeroflota) was a passenger flight from Moscow-Sheremetyevo Airport to Jorge Chávez International Airport, on a stopover at Luxembourg-Findel International Airport, that veered off the runway.