Travellers planning to reach Western Siberia, particularly Nyagan in the Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug, can catch a flight landing at Nyagan Airport. Travellers looking for this domestic port of entry can find it on 62.101074 (latitude) and 65.60563 (longitude). It has an elevation point of 361 ft above sea level, with a runway extending up to 8,307 ft long. This makes medium-sized up to a small number of large planes to be accommodated on the airport.
Located 12 kilometres east of the town, Nyagan Airport serves passengers, mainly locals, who travel between their town and other parts of Siberia and the mainland. This makes transportation fairly manageable in this relatively isolated area in Siberia. Travellers going here will need to come in thermal clothing suited for the weather, especially when going during the frost season. The area is known for its sudden temperature drops, which makes it even more important to pack the appropriate type and number of clothing.
A trip to Nyagan will enable tourists to immerse themselves in one of the youngest towns in the region. They will see here a former forestry centre, which became a hub for the petroleum and natural gas industries. A regional museum can also be found here, where tourists can learn more about the origins and culture of the town. One will also be delighted to know that famous tennis player Maria Sharapova was born here, and biathlete Darya Domracheva grew up in the community.
Airlines going between this part of Western Siberia and other parts of the country are: Gazpromavia, UTair Aviation, and Yamal Airlines. Through these commercial flights, travellers can reach various ports of entry such as Belgorod International Airport, Beloyarsk Airport, Vnukovo International Airport, Roschino International Airport, and Koltsovo Airport.