How To Get To Siberia By Air



The vast majority of travellers fly into Siberia from one of three major international airports. Visitors from the east coast of Americas and European travellers usually transit via Moscow or St Petersburg. If you're coming from Asia or Oceania, flying in from Beijing can also be a good option. You also might want to consider Bangkok as a good Hub; there are seasonal flights to most cities of Siberia from Bangkok.
Moscow has daily flights connecting to all points - Novosibirsk, Krasnoyarsk, Ulan Ude, Irkutsk, Yakutsk and Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky. These cities can also be reached via direct flights from St Petersburg and Beijing, although flights may be less frequent, or seasonal. Most routes are serviced by Russia's two largest airlines, Aeroflot and S7- SIberian airlines. You can check routes and schedules and book tickets online.
Russian airlines have done a great job in updating all their fleet, to brand new aircraft and the level of service on par to what we are used to in the western world.
As Siberia continues to expand its trade and tourism industries, more and more options for flying into Siberia are becoming available.
Novosibirsk in particular is becoming a major international transit hub, with S7 offering direct flights to and from Frankfurt, Dubai, Hong Kong and Bangkok. From Novosibirsk you can fly to virtually every major city, and many smaller destinations in Siberia.
The S7 (Siberian airlines) crew showcase the fact that they have a reach to any city in Russia.
There are many plans in the background to make Siberian airports into major stops for all international flights between Europe and Asia. Another advantage of having major Airport hubs in cities like novosibirsk in the heart of Siberia, is the fact that airlines will be able to fly over the north pole, and by doing so, save flying time and of course Fuel.
Some examples of such routs can be, direct flight from the north America to major hubs in Siberia, which from there connect to south asia and alike. Regardless siberia posses as a great connection between Europe and Asia and is fast becoming a logistic hub in every respect.
Getting to Siberia is easier then ever before due to the growing demand of the Siberian Russian People to see the world, due to the raise in their income, they expect to be able to travel to most destinations and willing to pay for it, which it turn sparked up the logistics behind the demand.
Siberia is 1.5 times the size of the US, and has unparalleled attractions, Adventure travel, Divers culture (more the 40 different indigenous cultures) Nature and wilderness that is breathtaking to say the least.



Article by: Misha Schneider