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Getting to Surgut


by plane

The quickest way to get to Surgut is by air. Surgut Farman Salmanov International Airport is the largest in Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug. The flight to Surgut takes slightly over three hours (3h 5m in average) from Moscow, and the average of 3h 25m from St Petersburg. The airport is located approximately 11 kilometers (7 miles) from the city center.

Getting to Surgut

By rail

Alternatively, you can reach Surgut by railroad. Should your flight land in Moscow, you can board a direct train to Surgut at the Kazansky railroad station, but be warned that the train tickets must be purchased in advance and no later than 45 days before the planned departure from Moscow. The ride will take a little bit over two days (50 hours in average), but the train tickets may come out to be cheaper than plane ones.


SURGUT international airport

Regular buses course between the airport and the city center. You can use buses (lines 21 and 69) and microbuses (lines 20 and 33) to get there. You can to buy a one-way-only ticket by cash or credot card inside a bus or a microbus.

Taxi stands are located right outside the arrival terminal. It takes about 30 minutes to get from the airport to the city center.

Taxi services phones:

  • Yandex Taxi: +7 3462 38 38 38
  • Surgut: +7 3462 444 434, +7 3462 900 100
  • VIP Premier: +7 3462 68 68 68, +7 3462 630 630
  • Maxim: +7 3462 444 555, +7 3462 556 506, +7 3462 600 000

Getting to and from

Surgut railroad station

You can get to and from the Surgut Railroad Station by either bus or taxi. Right outside the station, you can find the bus stop, where you can board a regular bus towards the city (lines 24, 26, 45, 47 or 51) or a microbus (line 40). You can buy a one-way-only ticket by cash or a credit card inside a bus.

For taxi services phones, see Getting to and from Surgut International Airport section above