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Europe’s most populated inland city, Moscow is rich in history. Explore its opulent palaces, cathedrals and fortresses from its imperial past and the imposing Red Square, where the Soviet military once paraded in front of one of the most recognizable landmarks in the world. Bask in the ballet and opera at the Bolshoi and get cultured in the Kremlin. Wash it all down with some traditional Russian food and its national drink, vodka.Read more about private jet charter flights in Moscow arrow-right

Moscow jet charter information

Located on the Moskva River, the historic capital of Russia and the former USSR has come from the days of the Cold War to become a considerable economic, political and cultural destination. Moscow is the financial center of Russia and home to the federation’s most crucial banks and largest companies. The city's primary industries include food, textile, energy production, chemical, and software development. Moscow is also one of the most valuable science research centers in Russia, and the headquarters of the Russian Academy of Sciences, in addition to plenty of other research and science institutions.  

Things to Do in Moscow

Moscow has one of the richest and most interesting histories and cultures of any place in Europe. You can still see remnants of when the tsars and emperors ruled the land before the Russian Revolution and the rise of the Soviet Union. Admire the magnificent architecture by visiting the historically significant Kremlin in the heart of Moscow. Once the home to the royal palaces, and later home to the government, the Kremlin is an immense fortified compound of churches, palaces and museums. Here you will find the:

  • Grand Kremlin Palace
  • Cathedral Square and Dormiton Cathedral
  • Kremlin Towers and Wall
  • Ivan the Great Bell Tower
  • The Armoury

Located right next to the Kremlin is the famed Red Square, where you will see Moscow’s most famed landmark. St. Basil’s Cathedral, with its colourful bulbous spires and ornate décor, now serves as a museum. The home of some of the most famous symphonies, artists, and performance spaces in the world, you cannot visit Moscow without visiting its cultural institutions. This includes the:

  • Museum of Moscow
  • Moscow Museum of Modern Art
  • State Tretyakov Gallery
  • Bolshoi Theatre
  • Victory Museum
  • Memorial Museum of Cosmonautics

Travel by the historic Moscow Metro, Moscow's underground transit system, which is recognized as a city landmark due to the extensive decor and unique architecture of all its 185 beautifully ornate terminals. You can take the metro to Pushkin Square, in the Tverskoy District of central Moscow. Home to the Pushkin Monument, it offers a casual, outdoor sightseeing experience, where you can feed the pigeons or bring a blanket and relax with a book. Moscow is also home to two of the world's most extravagant shopping malls: GUM, which is located in Red Square, and Aviapark, a six-storey shopping center in Moscow’s Aeroport District. The latter is the second largest shopping mall in Europe.  

How to Book Charter Flights to Moscow

Charter a Moscow private jet charter and experience one the world's most culturally esteemed cities. Private aviation elevates your flying experience and allows you to travel in style and comfort not available with alternative forms of air travel. Contacting a Stratos aviation consultant to organize your private charter flight takes the stress out of traveling. Design your own itinerary with flexible departure times and arrival locations. Fly comfortably and privately in your own private jet cabin equipped with a highly experienced crew.      

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Moscow Jet Charter Airports

Moscow has a number of airports that service private jet charters. Domodedovo International Airport (UUDD), located 26 miles southeast of Moscow’s city center, is the second busiest airport in Russia after Sheremetyevo International Airport (UUEE), which is 18 miles northeast of the city. Another option is Vnukovo International Airport (UUWW), located 17 miles southwest of downtown Moscow. Zhukovsky International Airport (UUBW) is Moscow’s smallest airport but has recently undergone a renovation. It is located 22 miles southeast of central Moscow.

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