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Surgut North Airport
The Surgut North Airport is the main airport that serves the city if Surgut, which is dubbed as the Oil Capital of Russia. The airport is also considered the biggest airport in the autonomous district of Khanty Mansi in the Okrug region of Russia.
Located only 10 km from the center of Sugrut, the airport can easily be reached by passengers coming from the city and nearby towns and other places. The airport handles medium sized airliners with its sole asphalt runway of 2, 790 meters in length.
With flights to both local and international destinations, the Surgut North Airport plays a significant role in being the best mode of transportation for those coming from other countries to the city. It was able to handle 1 million passengers in 2012, making it a major airport in the region.
Several airlines operate at the Surgut Airport, which are Aeroflot, Air Bishkek, Avia Traffic Company, Ikar Airlines, Orenair, NordStar, Nordwind Airlines, Saravia, Tajik Air, Tomskavia, Turan Air, UTair Aviation, and UTair Express. Destinations include St. Petersburg, Moscow, Tyumen, Baku, Ponetsk, Barnaul, Yerevan, Saratov, Dushanke, and seasonal flights to Barcelona, Bangkok, Phuket, and other destinations both local and international.
The history of the Surgut North Airport goes way back to the 1930's when a ground landing pad was created for passengers, mail and other freight needs. It was in 1937 that a terminal building was built, which was a small wooden structure. A new terminal was later built in 1975, along with reconstructions along the years. In 2010, the airport handled its millionth passenger that year.
The terminal building today has 2 floors, complete with offices and facilities to meet the needs of waiting and arriving passengers. Places to eat and drink can be found inside the airport, as well as comfortable waiting areas and other facilities.
In order to meet the demands of businessmen and tourists who want to stay in close proximity to the airport, the Polet Airport Hotel was built in 1971 and is still operating today. Located only 300 meters from the terminal building, the hotel is a budget class hotel with 68 rooms available for guests. It is also conveniently located only 15 minutes away from the city center.
Getting to the airport by private car is no problem with the forecourt parking space offering free parking for 20 minutes. Public transport is also not a problem since buses arrive and leave every 10 minutes at the passenger terminal, as well as taxis waiting for arriving passengers at the airport's taxi stand.
The Surgut Airport, with its continuing development has received numerous awards over the years, including the Best Airport in the CIS in the Intensively Developing Airport Category, and other honors.
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