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The World's biggest country has vast uninhabited lands, beautiful landscapes, wild, untouched nature and lots of urban attractions in its scattered big cities as well!

If you want to go and see Russia, then you will have to check out the airline travel possibilities. We are sharing some information with you right on this page, it'll make your life easier.

 

Domestic flights

There are tremendously many international routes, after all, this is the largest country in the World.

There's also a large number of airlines in Russia, but most of them haven't got modern online booking systems and support in other languages than Russian.

 

International flights

Many connections through external and internal airlines from Moscow and Saint Petersburg. Other available connections are primarily through local airlines in big cities (e.g. Yekaterinburg, Vladivostok).

 

Airlines in Russia

  

Aeroflot

Based at Sheremetyevo International Airport in Moscow, this airline flies to roughly 100 destinations, many within Russia, others are foreign destinations.

Aeroflot used to be the World's biggest airline during the cold war period.

   

Globus

Subsidiary of S7 Airlines (which is from Novosibirsk). This airline is based at Moscow's Domodedovo Airport.

 

JSC Transaero Airlines

Has 2 main bases: at Domodedovo International Airport near Moscow, at Pulkovo Airport near Saint Petersburg.  

In late 2009 it had 58 domestic and international destinations.

 

S7 Airlines

It is Russia's leading internal carrier.

In 2007 S7 Airlines has served 72 destinations.

S7 is also known as Siberia Airlines. It is headquartered in Moscow, but operates many point to point flights across Russia.

Currently it is the fastest growing Russian carrier.

   

Kuban Airlines

Based in Krasnodar, this is a domestic and international carrier.

On domestic routes it flies to: Krasnodar, Moscow, Surgut, Ufa.

On international routes: Antalya, Aleppo, Athens, Frankfurt, Istanbul, Tashkent, Thessaloniki, Tel Aviv, Yerevan.

 

Nordwind Airlines

Small charter airline based in Moscow. Flies to Europe the Middle East and India.

 

Orenair/Orenburg Airlines

Headquartered in Orenburg, Russia.

Flies to domestic destinations and primarily to Central Asian cities on international routes.

 

Perm Airlines

Government-owned carrier, based in the city of Perm, serves: Nizhnevartovsk, Perm, Surgut and Ufa.

 

Rossiya

Has mixed fleet of old and new Russian, old Boeing and modern Airbus airplanes.

In 2009 it has served close to 100 destinations.

 

Russian Sky Airlines

Based in Moscow. Flies to Europe, Middle East and the Far East.

 

SAT Airlines

Based in Sakhalin, Russia. Flies to China, South Korea, Japan primarily.

 

Sky Express

The first Russian low cost airline.

Flies to big cities in Western Russia and also operates scheduled and periodical flights to popular southern European destinations for travelers arriving from Russia: Rhodes Island in Greece, Istanbul in Turkey, etc.

 

Tatarstan Airlines

Its main base is in Kazan.

Destinations are in Russia primarily, then the Middle East, Central Asia and Europe.

 

Tomsk Avia

Based in Tomsk, it is a charter and scheduled flight airline.

 

Ural Airlines

Based in Yekaterinburg. Serves about 3-4 dozen destinations.

Flies to many Russian, Asian and European destinations.

 

VIM Airlines

Its main base is Moscow's Domodedovo International Airport. Flied to Russia, Europe, Asia, Central Asia.

 

Vladivostok Air

Operates scheduled domestic and international flights within Russia and also connects its base (Vladivostok) with Europe, Asia, North America and Africa.

Has secondary hubs at Moscow's Vnukovo and Khabarovsk's Novy Airport.

 

Yakutia Airlines

Serves Yakutsk, where it is based.

Yakutia Airlines flies to Asia, the Middle East and Europe.

 

Various other carriers

Most major airlines from Europe fly to Moscow and to Saint Petersburg, some even to other cities (like Yekaterinburg/Ekaterinburg, for instance).

 

Destinations, major airports in Russia

 

Here are the airports that we consider are most important in the country:

  

Archangelsk Talagi Airport

Astrakhan Narimanovo Airport

Chelyabinsk Airport

Irkutsk Airport

Kalininggrad Khrabrovo Airport

Kazan International Airport

Khabarovsk Novy Airport

Khanty-Mansiysk Airport

Krasnodar International Airport

Kurgan Airport

Moscow Domodedovo International Airport

Moscow Sheremetyevo International Airport

Moscow Vnukovo International Airport

Murmansk Airport

Norilsk Alykel Airport

Novosibirsk Tolmachevo Airport

Okhotsk Airport

Orenburg Tsentralny Airport

Perm Bolshoye Savino Airport

Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky Airport

Provideniya Bay Airport

Pskov Airport

Rostov-on-Don/Rostov-na-Donu

Saint Petersburg Pulkovo Airport

Saint Petersburg/Sankt Peterburg/Petrograd Pushkin Airport

Samara Kurumoch International Airport

Smolensk Airport

Sochi International Airport

Sokol Airport

Stavropol Shpakovskoye Airport

Surgut Airport

Tomsk Bogashevo Airport

Ufa International Airport

Ulan-Ude Airport/Lake Baikal Airport

Ulyanovsk Vostochny Airport

Vladivostok International Airport

Volgograd International Airport

Vorkuta Airport

Voronezh Pridacha/Voronezh East Airport

Voronezh Chertovitskoye International Airport

Yakutsk Airport

Yekaterinburg Koltsovo Airport

 

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