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Railway Carriers

Only China has a longer railway network than Russia. VIP-Service Holding is the largest seller of railway tickets in Russia that generates over 3.5 million tickets every year.

Russian Railways

This railway complex is of special strategic significance for our country. It is a link in the single economic system, the most affordable type of transport for millions of people that supports steady operations of industrial enterprises and timely delivery of vital freight to the most remote parts of Russia. Russian Railways OJSC is one of the top three global railways leaders. This is due to the following factors: huge volumes of freight and passenger traffic, high financial ratings, qualified specialists in all areas of railway transport, a large scientific and technical basis, project and construction capacities, and significant experience of international cooperation.

Deutsche Bahn AG

Deutsche Bahn AG is a German concern founded in 1994. Today DB is among the world's passenger and logistic leaders present in 130 countries globally. The rail system is rather diverse in Germany and other European countries. It carries very different, mostly passenger, trains day and night. Three quarters of all railway traffic is passengers. Although Germany has small local or private railways, Deutsche Bahn AG is the principal railway operator. With Deutsche Bahn tickets, you can travel by train to many European countries, such as Belgium, Great Britain, France, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland, Sweden, Switzerland, Austria.


Aeroexpress is a dynamically developing operator that carries out intermodal and suburban passenger transportation in accordance with a license of the Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation. Aeroexpress provides railway communication between Moscow and the airports of Moscow Air Hub (Vnukovo, Domodedovo, and Sheremetyevo), as well as Lobnya. In February 2012, it started intermodal communication between the central railway station in Sochi and Adler Airport. In July 2012, it started regular intermodal communication in Vladivostok with Aeroexpress trains running between the new Knevichi Airport and the central railway station in Vladivostok. In May 2013, Aeroexpress trains started running to Kazan, the capital of the 27th World Summer Universiade 2013. Aeroexpress has become an integral part of the modern transport system that distributes passenger traffic of the capital and the regions and deals with pressing transport and environmental problems of the megalopolis. Transit on high-speed electric trains to Vnukovo and Sheremetyevo Airports takes 35 minutes and 45 minutes — to Domodedovo.