Surgut International Airport is a public airport that is located between 61.343333 latitude and 73.403333 longitude. Located 10 kilometres or six miles north of Surgut, the airport can also be referred to as Surgut Airport or Surgut North Airport. It operates with an asphalt runway, designated 07/25, at approximately 2,700 metres or 9,100 feet long, and services medium-sized airlines. It is a hub for Kolavia and UTair Aviation and is elevated at 61 metres or 200 feet above mean sea level.
What to see & do
The city of Surgut, Russia, is within the country’s Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug. Considered as the largest in the autonomous okrug, Surgut is located on the Ob River, by the junction with the Irtysh River. Within Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug, along with Surgut, destinations include Khanty-Mansiysk, Nizhnevartovsk, Nefteyugansk, Nyagan, Yugorsk, Kogalym, Megion, Langepas, Pyt-Yakh, and Lyantor. Tourist attractions include Saint Basil’s Cathedral, Red Square, Tretyakov Gallery, Bolshoi Theatre, Hermitage Museum, Kolomenskoye, Kremlin Armoury, Novodevichy Convent, Peter and Paul Fortress, Winter Palace, Church of the Savior on Blood, Peterhof Palace, Saint Isaac’s Cathedral, Pushkin Museum, Nevsky Prospect, Russian Museum, Catherine Palace, Lenin’s Mausoleum, Kazan Cathedral, Cathedral of Christ the Saviour, Kizhi, Gorky Park, and Pavlovsk Palace, among others. As a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Saint Basil’s Cathedral or also known as the Cathedral of Vasily the Blessed, was originally known as Trinity Church and later on, Trinity Cathedral. It comprises of eight side churches that surround the ninth, central church of Intercession. Saint Basil’s Cathedral’s tenth church was built over the grave of Saint Vasily or Saint Basil. The building has been made to resemble a flame of a bonfire that rises into the sky. Tretyakov Gallery or the State Tretyakov Gallery is an art gallery and is the foremost depository of Russian fine art in the whole world. There are approximately 2,000 works of art within the museum, divided into 1,362 paintings, 526 drawings, and nine sculptures.
How to get around within Surgut
Surgut, Russia, has the Tyumen-Novy Urengoy railway line which passes near the city. When heading to Tyumen, the train’s next station is Salym, with the next part of the route to take approximately six hours. The city also has a port on the Ob River, while road P-404 connects Surgut with Tyumen, and vice versa.
How to get there
Surgut is served by Surgut International Airport. The airport has flights to and from destinations such as Moscow, Bishkek, Osh, Novosibirsk, Krasnoyarsk, Tomsk, Volgograd, Saratov, Dushanbe, Khujand, Baku, Barnaul, Grozny, Igarka, Kazan, Kiev, Mineralnye Vody, Omsk, Samara, Beloyarsky, Khanty, and Tyumen, among others, through airlines such as Aeroflot, Air Bishkek, Avia Traffic Company, Angara Airlines, Katekavia, NordStar, Pobeda, RusLine, S7 Airlines, Saravia, Tajik Air, Tomskavia, UTair Aviation, UTair Express, and UTair Express operated by Arkaim. The airport also has seasonal flights to and from Chișinău, Anapa, Bugulma, Cheboksary, Sochi, and Lankaran, via UTair Aviation, Air Moldova, Gazpromavia, via Air Moldova, Gazpromavia, and Yamal Airlines, to name few.
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