Airports in Russian Far East

Vladivostok Airport, also known as Knevichi Airport. (VVO)


The airport is 31 miles (50km) outside Vladivostok.

Getting to the city

Bus: The airport is served by two buses that stop at the airport terminal square and then travel into Vladivostok. Bus 107 and 101 both travel to central Vladivostok. Fares are RUB 55.


GMT + 11


+011 7 (423) 230-68-90

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Irkutsk International Airport (IKT)


The main destination for flights to Siberia and central Russia, Irkutsk International Airport is a basic facility processing more than one million passengers each year. The depressing Soviet-Era structure has been relieved by a new terminal completed in 2007, located within easy walking distance for quick (but very cold) connections. Passengers should take care to have very warm clothes available for even a quick trip outside.

Flights to Irkutsk International Airport are mostly domestic and passengers flying to Russia from the West will need to connect in Moscow or Vladivostok. There are also a few international flights to destinations in Asia including Beijing and Seoul.

Irkutsk International Airport is located five miles (8km) from downtown Irkutsk.


The airport is located five miles (8km) from downtown Irkutsk.

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Vladivostok Airport Taxis: the taxi fares above are intended as a guideline only.

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