Plan Your Trip
Russia is a country rich in history and culture, natural wonders and opportunity. The Russian Far East is no exception. This vast area stretches between the UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Lake Baikal in the West to the volcanoes of the Kamchatka peninsula in the East. Rare Amur tigers and leopards inhabit the boreal forests between Vladivostok and Khabarovsk. The region’s abundant natural resources – timber, fish, minerals, and oil – are exported throughout the world. But a rewarding trip begins with good planning. Travel to Russia involves many regulations and restrictions unfamiliar to the Western traveler, such as visas, migration cards, registration, and Russia-specific customs regulations. Click on the links below to begin your trip preparations.
Baggage Allowances and Fees
Yakutia Airlines Alaska – Russian Far East Service baggage allowances and fees. Please click to download.
Information about migration card and customs declaration form. Read more…
International Arrivals and Departures at Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky Airport
Arrivals: Passengers traveling from Anchorage to Petropavlovsk arrive at the International Terminal. Travelers first proceed to passport control, where they present passports and prepared immigration forms (available on board the aircraft and in the terminal). Passengers then retrieve luggage and continue through Russian customs. Passengers connecting to Russian domestic flights, including the continuation of the Yakutia Airlines flight to Khabarovsk, recheck their baggage at the Main Airport Terminal prior to proceeding to security screening. Passengers may check-in for domestic flights at the international terminal for an additional fee. Departures: The International Terminal of the Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky airport opens 2 hours prior to departure of international flights. Click HERE to to view a larger version of the airport map.