International Airports of Russia

Russian International Airports

Today, the airports located in Moscow accept most of the international flights to Russia. There are three main airports in Moscow: Sheremetyevo, Domodedovo and Vnukovo. The main airports of international flights are Sheremeteyvo (Terminal F) and Domodedovo.

The largest airports of Russia receiving international flights are:

Sheremetyevo International Airport (Moscow)

Sheremetyevo airport, Moscow city, Russia

Domodedovo International Airport (Moscow)

Domodedovo airport, Moscow city, Russia

Vnukovo International Airport (Moscow)

Vnukovo airport, Moscow city, Russia

Pulkovo International Airport (St. Petersburg)

Pulkovo airport, Saint-Petersburg city, Russia

Koltsovo International Airport (Yekaterinburg)

Koltsovo airport, Yekaterinburg city, Russia

Tolmachevo International Airport (Novosibirsk)

Tolmachevo airport, Novosibirsk city, Russia

Yemelyanovo International Airport (Krasnoyarsk)

Krasnoyarsk airport, Russia

Novy International Airport (Khabarovsk)

Novy airport, Khabarovsk city, Russia

Pashkovsky International Airport (Krasnodar)

Pashkovsky airport, Krasnodar city, Russia

Sochi International Airport

Sochi airport, Russia Sochi airport, Russia

The questions of our visitors

Mohamed asks: PCR test certificate is required when I arrive Russia airport
Expert's answer:
As of June 26, 2022, the requirement to have a negative PCR test when entering Russia is still in effect. The test must be done no more than 48 hours before the day of arrival in the country.
karen asks: From the USA, what airline and airport would we use to Saransk, Kazan, Samara? Thank you
Expert's answer:
There are no direct flights from the US to Kazan, Samara, Saratov. You will have to fly to Moscow at first (Sheremetyevo International Airport). There is another large international airport in Moscow - Domodedovo with a lot of flights available to/from Europe and also offering flights to the cities mentioned above.

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