InterPacific Aviation and Marketing, Inc. (IPAM) announces with regret that Yakutia Airlines’ 2021 Alaska-Russian Far East Service will not operate due to ongoing issues associated with the COVID-19 pandemic. We look forward to the summer of 2022 when we plan to operate a full season of 8-10 weekly flights commencing July 11, 2022. Tickets for next season will go on sale this Fall. We encourage operators, tour companies and event organizers to contact us with their plans for next year.
Passengers who currently hold vouchers for travel in 2021 may extend their validity for use in 2022, or may have the fare amount refunded; please follow the below link for details on both options.
Tentative schedule: Weekly, July 12 – August 30, 2021
AirRussia.US and Yakutia Airlines look forward to resuming their signature Alaska- Russian Far East Service and will open ticket sale as soon as circumstances permit. Currently US and Russian consulates are not issuing routine visas, and travel restrictions remain in place for both countries. However, the situation around COVID-19 remains dynamic and continues to move in a favorable direction. We are closely monitoring events and remain optimistic that travel will be feasible in time for the summer.
If you’re organizing group travel between the regions this summer, please let us know. If you’d like to be notified about the start of ticket sales or other service announcements consider signing up for our newsletter.
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InterPacific Aviation and Marketing, Inc/AirRussia.US (Seattle, USA) represents Yakutia Airlines in North America, and provides travel, air cargo, and promotional services. It specializes in travel between North America and the Russian Far East. AirRussia.US is a travel portal created to facilitate and promote travel between North America and Eastern Russia. Read More…
What People Are Saying About Yakutia Airlines’ Flights to Kamchatka, Russia
"Just want to express my compliments to Yakutia Airlines -- fantastic onboard staff (so friendly!) and good food to boot! They are a good airline -- too bad they don't fly year round. Petropavlovsk immigration/customs personnel were also friendly."Passenger Steve Newcomer“As a person who travels considerably on business and pleasure I give Yakutia Air a top rating! I have the same sense of safety and comfort aboard Yakutia as I would feel flying with Alaska Airlines or Lufthansa.“David Howe, All Alaska Tours"Outstanding customer service! I will recommend this company to all of my friends an families that plan to travel to Eastern Russia for fishing, tours etc. Thank you so much for all your help! It's been great doing business with you!!!!.“Natalia Mineyeva, passenger“With the resumption of direct flights from Anchorage beginning in mid-July, 2012, via Yakutia Air, the vital link between Alaska and Russia’s Far East is restored, and with it endless possibilities of outdoor adventure not possible anywhere else.”Rene Limeres, Founder, Ultimate Rivers & passenger on Yakutia Airlines' flight"Thank you again for the opportunity to visit Kamchatka. My son and I completed our adventure of hiking, camping and rafting. It was a memorable trip of interesting places and people."Steve Tuttle, Anchorage, AK
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