Operating Flights in Russia – Flock’s Exclusive World Cup Special

A special edition guide detailing everything you need to know when operating to Russia ahead of the World Cup 2018. City information, airports & suppliers – find all your details in one place for operating flights in Russia.

With the World Cup coming up in a matter of months, anyone planning operations into Russia must surely start with all procedures as soon as possible, if not right now.

However, for many people around the world – this could be the first time they operate into some of the 11 host cities. This is why we have dedicated time to make sure you are fully informed about operating flights in Russia.

In many cases, most of us would be aware of all the requirements and contacts for operating a flight into Moscow. But is that the case for us all when operating into Kaliningrad or Nizhny Novgorod? We didn’t think so.

That is why we at Flock Aviation Directory have dedicated so much time into creating the complete guide on the 11 host cities. We want to make sure we give operators a unique insight into all the cities and how to operate there.

The guide includes exclusive information to each city including games held, city information, airport information, providers, permits & parking, required documentation, aircraft services and hotel accommodation.

Operating Flights in Russia

The cities included are the 11 host cities for the World Cup games;

  • Moscow
  • Ekaterinburg
  • Saint Petersburg
  • Sochi
  • Kazan
  • Saransk
  • Kaliningrad
  • Samara
  • Rostov-on-Don
  • Nizhny Novgorod
  • Volgograd

Click on this link to get your own copy of the World Cup Guide! If there is anything else you would need to know, feel free to reach out to us – or to me directly at bader@flock.aero.

To learn more about the Russian World Cup campaign, visit our previous blog that highlights all the details you need to know for Russia operations planning about the 11 major host cities.

You can also learn more about applying to landing permits in Russia by reading more about it here.