UTG Group continue development at Moscow Domodedovo
UTG Group, the new operator of the Domodedovo Business Aviation Center, have been progressing at pace their new facility. In June 2021, the first stage of reconstruction was completed. It included the FBO apron overhaul and comprehensive renovation of the ground floor of the terminal.
UTG Group, founded in 1998, is Russia’s largest independent full-service technical and ground handling operator with divisions at the major Russian airports, Vnukovo (Moscow), Domodedovo (Moscow), and Pulkovo (St. Petersburg).
In September 2021, UTG PA and SKYPRO TECHNICS signed an agreement to create an authorized Pilatus center with a full range of line and scheduled maintenance services. A Pilatus aircraft started basing and maintenance in the FBO in October. It became a symbolic start of the project. Today UTG PA in cooperation with UTG Aviation Services also offers maintenance services for various manufacturers’ wheels, brakes, and aircraft batteries, including business jets.
Beginning from October 2021, the company started offering flight support services for business aviation. These include ground handling arrangements (outside of Domodedovo airport) and obtaining overflight and landing permits worldwide. Crews can get navigational estimates, weather reports, NOTAMs, and flight plans. We also provide additional services like rapid PCR tests on arrival, visa support, inflight catering, transfers and accommodations, and assistance in aircraft customs clearance.
"The opening of our own helipad is also planned for 2022. It will be located on the FBO territory 50 meters from the Terminal, but outside the airfield. It will complement the existing opportunities for helicopters landing on the Domodedovo airfield. It will be a great alternative to the car journey, thereby solving the matter of transport accessibility and the traffic situation. "