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Samara Airport Mini Guide
Who Flies to Samara International Airport?
Billed as the cultural capital of Southern Russia, many of the visitors who fly to the airport go to see why the city attracted the likes of Tolstoy, Gorky and Lenin. There are many museums and monuments to these cultural heavyweights you can visit during your stay.
How do I get to Samara International Airport?
Samara International Airport has an eclectic mix of airports it serves including many seasonal holiday destinations. It also has flights to Frankfurt and this is a useful European hub for travellers from the UK
. Most of the flights are domestic or from the former Soviet states but it’s gradually widening its catchment area.
What is the Airport Like?
It’s reasonably modern having received upgrades since the fall of the Soviet Union and is efficiently run. A single terminal building split into two concourses serves domestic and international passengers. You’ll rarely encounter queues or delays and your way around the airport is clearly marked.
What are the Facilities Like?
Like so many airports in the south of Russia, facilities are good and there’s a wide range of places to eat at the airport including Russian and international restaurants. If you only want something light, there are a couple of cafes either side of security. Shopping is good but tends towards Russian goods including vodka, caviar and fur products. The airport has a bank and several cash machines and postal facilities. If you need medication there’s also a pharmacy.
- Many new routes begin operating to Domodedovo this summer from around Europe continuing to increase passenger numbers at the airport. Concourse extensions are being prepared to cope with the increased footfall and should come online later this year and in 2013.