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Moscow/Domodedovo International Airport

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UUDD
Airport
ICAO: UUDD – IATA: DME
Summary
Name Moscow/Domodedovo International Airport
Region Europe
Territory Russian Federation RU.gif
Location Domodedovo, Moscow Oblast
Serving Moscow
Elevation 179.222 m <br />588 ft <br />588 ft179.222 m <br />
Coordinates 55° 24' 31.25" N, 37° 54' 12.26" E
Runways
Designator Length Width Surface ROPS
14C/32C 2600 m8,530.184 ft <br /> 45 m147.638 ft <br /> CON no/no
14L/32R 3794 m12,447.507 ft <br /> 53 m173.885 ft <br /> CON yes/yes
14R/32L 3500 m11,482.94 ft <br /> 70 m229.659 ft <br /> CON yes/yes


METAR
Observation UUDD 080700Z 16009MPS 8000 -SHRA SCT009 BKN040CB 08/06 Q1007 R88/290042 NOSIG
Station Moscow / Domodedovo
Date/Time 08 May 2021 07:00:00
Wind direction 160°
Wind speed kts
Lowest cloud amount scattered clouds
Temperature 8°C
Dew point 6°C
Humidity 87%
QNH 1007 hPa
Weather condition n/a

Domodedovo International Airport

ICAO: UUDD IATA: DME

Description

International airport serving Moscow, Russia.

Climatology

Humid Continental climate (Köppen climate classification Dfb) - Variable weather patterns and a large seasonal temperature variance. Summers are often warm and humid with frequent thunderstorms and winters can be very cold with frequent snowfall and persistent snow cover.

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Accidents & Serious Incidents at or in vicinity of UUDD

  • A388, vicinity Moscow Domodedovo Russia, 2017 (On 10 September 2017, an Airbus A380-800 cleared for an ILS approach at Moscow Domodedovo in visual daylight conditions descended below its cleared altitude and reached 395 feet agl whilst still 7nm from the landing runway threshold with a resultant EGPWS ‘PULL UP’ warning. Recovery was followed by an inadequately prepared second approach which was discontinued and then a third approach to a landing. The Investigation attributed the crew’s difficulties primarily to failure to follow various routine operating procedures relating to use of automation but noted that there had been scope for better presentation of some of these procedures.)