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June 2017

St. Petersburg is one Russia’s main transport hubs and is home to Pulkovo International Airport, five railway stations, and a seaport. St. Petersburg is also linked to Russian and European cities via numerous highways. 

All transport hubs are expected to see increased traffic during SPIEF 2017, so please plan out your travel route in advance.

BY PLANE 

Pulkovo Airport is Russia’s fourth largest airport in terms of passenger traffic. Pulkovo serves more than 60 Russian and international airlines. The airport building is 23 km from the historical centre of St. Petersburg and 7 km from the Forum venue. 

Website: www.pulkovoairport.ru

Address: 41ZA, Pulkovskoe Shosse, St. Petersburg, Russia, 196140

Pulkovo Airport will operate in a special mode during the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum. Information about flights and booking tickets is available here

If there is no direct flight between your city and St. Petersburg, you can choose a flight through Moscow airports. There are more than 40 flights each day between Moscow and St. Petersburg from three Moscow airports – Vnukovo, Domodedovo, and Sheremetyevo. The approximate flight time is 90 minutes.

Charter flights

The procedure for obtaining Pulkovo Airport landing/departure clearance can be found here. The slot application form can be downloaded here. Please note that the number of parking areas for private aircraft is limited. Please plan your flight in advance. 

Pulkovo Airport:

Tel.: +7 (812) 337 3822; +7 (812) 337 3444

Website: www.pulkovoairport.ru

 

To apply for VIP aircraft and passenger service at Pulkovo Airport, please contact:

Tel.: +7 (812) 909 0440, +7 (812) 324 3446, +7 (812) 324 3644, +7 (921) 765 2620

Email: vipservice@pulkovo-airport.com

For the organization of services of business aviation aircraft Sky Atlas:

Tel.: +7 (495) 150 1962+7 (985) 300 4021

Email: ops@skyatlas.biz

Pulkovo 3 Business Aviation Centre:

Tel.: +7 (812) 611 0919, +7 (812) 611 0918

Email: office@jetport.ru

Website: www.jetport.ru

 

For questions concerning passenger services at the Pulkovo 3 Business Aviation Centre:

Passenger Transport Service (24 hours):

Tel.: +7 (911) 757 2500, +7 (960) 283 5116

Email: sopp@jetport.ru

Operational Dispatch Service (24 hours):

Tel.: +7 (812) 240 0287

Fax: +7 (812) 240 0288

Email: ops@jetport.ru

 

A-Group Business Aviation Centre:

Tel.: +7 (812) 677 7645, +7 (921) 391 3297

Fax: +7 (812) 677 7642

Email: ledops@a-group.aero

SITA: LEDAGXH

AFTN: ULLLNRDX

 

Airport lounge for officials and delegations, Pulkovo Airport:

Tel.: +7 (812) 331 4875, +7 (921) 930 1492

Fax: +7 (812) 704 3343

Email: pul_adm3@prsr.ru

 

In connection with the large number of aircraft arrivals at Pulkovo 1 Airport during the Forum, it is imperative that the strictly coordinated slots for aircraft arrival and departure to/from Pulkovo 1 Airport be filled. In the event the slot is violated, the airport has the right not to receive the aircraft and to direct it to a backup airfield to await a possible time to permit arrival on a first-come, first-served basis. We will be able to ensure and service for arrival and departure no more than 8–10 Forum participant aircraft per hour. In connection with this, we ask that you coordinate your flights well in advance.

We also recommend that participants who are arriving on charter flights use Helsinki-Vantaa Airport in Finland. You can leave your aeroplane in a hangar at one of the airport’s terminals and then make use of the road or rail links to St. Petersburg. More information about airport car rental is available here. More detailed information on the facilities available at Helsinki International Airport can be found here.

 

FBO RIGA

This year SPIEF participants will again have access to an aircraft service in Riga. The multi-purpose FBO RIGA Business Aviation Centre is offering a 10% discount on handling services (using a code, which you can obtain by contacting your personal manager) and special landing and parking rates for aircraft. Forum participants will receive a top-class service and attractive rates on fuel.

More details about the FBO RIGA Business Aviation Centre can be found here

 

BY TRAIN

St. Petersburg is a rapidly growing, dynamically developing city, and the second largest in Russia. Railway routes running through St. Petersburg connect the main territory of the Russian Federation with the European Union. 

The Moscow–St. Petersburg route is served by the Sapsan high-speed electric train. There are currently 12 return trains per day between the two cities. The travel time is 3 hours and 40 minutes to 4 hours depending on the departure time. Sapsan trains arrive in the city’s historical centre at the Moskovsky Rail Terminal. Given the growing passenger traffic, please purchase your train tickets in advance. Click here for a detailed timetable for Sapsan trains.  

One of the most popular and convenient routes is the St. Petersburg–Helsinki route, which is served by the Allegro high-speed luxury train. The Allegro takes passengers from Helsinki to St. Petersburg in just three hours and 27 minutes. Passport control takes place right on the train, which significantly reduces the travel time. Four trains run between the two cities each day. The train arrives at Finlyandsky Rail Terminal in close proximity to St. Petersburg’s historical centre. Click here for a detailed timetable for Allegro trains. 

Moskovsky Rail Terminal 

Tel: +7 (800) 775 0000

Email: info@rzd.ru

Address: 85, Nevsky Prospekt, Ploshchad Vosstaniya metro station, St. Petersburg, Russia, 191036

Finlyandsky Rail Terminal 

Tel: +7 (800) 775 0000

Email: info@rzd.ru

Address: 6, Ploshchad Lenina, Ploshchad Lenina metro station, St. Petersburg, Russia, 195009

 

BY CAR

In summer, the most popular method of travelling to St. Petersburg is by car. It is 408 kilometres from Helsinki to St. Petersburg. Taking into consideration the traffic and the time needed to pass through the border crossings, the journey lasts between four and six hours. The following border crossings for cars operate between the two countries:

Torfyanovka–Valimaa (St. Petersburg–Helsinki highway)

Border crossing open 24 hours a day.

Website:

In Russian: www.spb-finland.com/torfyanovka.html

Operations desk: +7 (813) 785 9427

In English: www.vaalimaa.fi

Brusnichnoe–Nuijamaa (Vyborg–Lappeenranta)

Border crossing open 24 hours a day.

Website:

In Russian: www.spb-finland.com/brusnichnoe.html

Operations desk: +7 (813) 785 9466

Svetogorsk–Imatra

Border crossing open 24 hours a day.

Website:

In Russian: www.spb-finland.com/svetogorsk.html

Operations desk: +7 (813) 785 9481

The M10 federal highway “Rossiya” can be taken by car from Moscow to St. Petersburg. Depending on weather and traffic, the travel time via the 720-km highway ranges from 9 to 11 hours.

 

BY SEA

St. Petersburg has well-established sea links with EU countries that border the Gulf of Finland and Baltic Sea. Comfortable ferries depart from St. Petersburg seaports to Sweden, Finland, and Estonia almost daily. The most popular routes are the on the Princess Anastasia cruise ship. Personal vehicles can also be taken on ferries. A detailed schedule and ticket prices for the Princess Anastasia ferry is available here

The Marine Façade St. Petersburg Passenger Port includes 7 berths to receive ocean liners and 4 terminals.

The St. Petersburg Sea Port includes 5 berths to receive passenger cruise ships and ferries.

Passenger Port of Saint Petersburg "Marine Façade”

Tel.: +7 (812) 303 6740, +7 (812) 303 6745 (dispatch service)

Email: office@portspb.ru

Website: www.portspb.ru

 

Marine Passenger Terminal

Tel.: +7 (812) 333 5271, +7 (812) 337 2060