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After a successful 2012 summer operation, Yakutia Airlines is pleased to announce its plans to expand service in 2013. Next summer, the Alaska-Russian Far East summer service will operate for 14 weeks, from June 27 to September 26, 2013. From Anchorage, the flights will serve Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky and Khabarovsk, the region's second largest city. The flights will operate on the following schedule:
Depart Khabarovsk: Thursday, 11:20 AM
Arrive Petropavlovsk: Thursday, 3:20 PM
Depart Petropavlovsk: Thursday, 9:30 PM
Arrive Anchorage: Thursday, 5:50 AM
Depart Anchorage: Thursday, 7:30 AM
Arrive Petropavlovsk: Friday, 8:00 AM
Depart Petropavlovsk: Friday, 11:20 AM
Arrive Khabarovsk: Friday, 1:20 PM
Schedule subject to change without notice. Service subject to government approval.
Yakutia Airlines will operate twice-weekly service between Tokyo's Narita Airport and Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky from July 10 to July 24, 2013. The flights will operate on Wednesdays and Sundays. Check below for schedule and other details (updated 03/29/2013).
From July 10 to July 24, 2013
TOKYO (Narita) – PETROPAVLOVSK-KAMCHATSKY
Wednesdays and Sundays
Depart Petropavlovsk: 11:00 AM
Arrive Tokyo: 11:30 AM
Depart Tokyo: 1:00 PM
Arrive Petropavlovsk: 7:30 PM
Aircraft type: 737-800
Flight time: 3.5 hrs
Classes: Coach and Business
Connect through Tokyo, Japan, on your trip to the Russian Far East. Russia's S7 Airlines (Siberian Airlines) offers service between Tokyo (Narita) and the Russian Far East cities of Vladivostok and Khabarovsk with A320 aircraft. During the winter schedule, flights to Khabarovsk operate on Mondays, while flights to Vladivostok operate on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
|Winter Schedule in effect October 29, 2012|
|TOKYO (Narita) - VLADIVOSTOK
S7 Winter Schedule - Wed & Sat
Depart Vladivostok: 1:00 PM
Arrive Tokyo: 1:25 PM
Depart Tokyo: 2:25 PM
Arrive Vladivostok: 6:55 PM
|TOKYO (Narita) - KHABAROVSK
S7 Winter Schedule - Mondays
Depart Khabarovsk: 12:45 PM
Arrive Tokyo: 1:25 PM
Depart Tokyo: 2:25 PM
Arrive Khabarovsk: 7:00 PM
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Russian Far East Events:Ysyakh Festival, Yakutsk, June 29-30, 2013: The traditional Yakut summer solstice celebration. This holiday is a celebration of the revival and renewal of the nature, fertility and beginning of a new year. It is accompanied by national Yakut rituals and ceremonies, folk dancing, horse racing, Yakut ethnic music and singing, national cuisine, and competitions...
Festivals in Russia reveal the rich cultural tradition and fascinating customs of local people. Photo: Festival in Magadan, Courtesy of Pavel Zhdanov
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Yakutia is a vast unexplored region of Siberia in the northeast of Russia. It has gained attention as one of the coldest places in the world, but is worth a visit more for the great natural beauty of its surrounding countryside, unique cryogenic museums, diverse culture of native Yakut people, and just for the spirit of adventure in the most remote lands of the world. Video Courtesy: Bolot Bochkarev