26 march 2021

Kaliningrad International Airport (Khrabrovo) is switching over to Spring-Summer flight schedule

Kaliningrad Airport (Khrabrovo) will switch over to the summer flight schedule starting March 28. This schedule will remain in effect until October 30, 2021.

Summer flight schedule includes many more flights and new destinations. The schedule includes regular flights from Kaliningrad to Moscow, St. Petersburg, Sochi, Yekaterinburg, Krasnodar, Cherepovets, Murmansk, Arkhangelsk, Voronezh, Perm, Kaluga, Rostov-on-Don, Kursk, Mineralniye Vody, Chelyabinsk, Kazan, and Pskov.

There are also new destinations: Novosibirsk, Nizhniy Novgorod, Tyumen, Ufa, and Kirov.

International flights are planned for Istanbul, Antalya, and Minsk*.

There will be 18 flights to Moscow every day. From May to October, there will be even more: 20–25 flights to Moscow per day. The flights to Moscow will be provided by Aeroflot, S7, Ural Airlines, Utair, RedWings, Yakutia, Azur Air, Smartavia, and Pobeda.

There will be 10 flights to St. Petersburg every day. These flights will be provided by Rossiya Airlines (jointly with Aeroflot), Ural Airlines, Pobeda, Azur Air, and Smartavia airlines.

Flights to Novosibirsk will be provided by S7 once per week on Saturdays starting April 24th. In June, another regular flight to Novosibirsk will be added on Wednesdays for a total of two regular flights to Novosibirsk each week.

Nordwind Airlines will begin offering flights to Samara, Nizhniy Novgorod, Ufa, and Tyumen twice per week from late April. Nordwind Airlines will also continue providing flights to Kazan, Chelyabinsk, and Perm during summer.

RusLine airlines will launch flights to Kirov and Voronezh twice per week. The airline will also provide flights to Kursk, Pskov, and Mineralniye Vody.

Severstal Air Company will maintain flights from Cherepovets to Kaliningrad and back four times per week. Ural Airlines will offer up to four flights along the Ekaterinburg—Kaliningrad—Ekaterinburg route every week while summer schedule is in effect.

Azimuth airline will continue to provide flights to Krasnodar, Mineralniye Vody, Kalgua, and Rostov-on-Don.

Flights to Murmansk, Arkhangelsk, and Sochi will resume during the summer schedule. Smartavia will provide two flights per week for each of these destinations. Pobeda will also offer flights to Sochi starting in June.

Due to the ongoing pandemic, international flights will remain limited. International flights from Kaliningrad (Khrabrovo) Airport will depart to Turkey and Belarus.

Nordwind will provide two flights a week to Istanbul since April 27th. Royal Flight, Nordwind, and other airlines will launch regular and chartered flights to Antalya from April to October.

In the first ten days of April, flights flights between Kaliningrad and Minsk are expected to resume once weekly. 

Information about flight resumptions to other international destination is not yet available. Please check in later for updates.

You can learn more about the Spring-Summer flight schedule on the airport's official website under the Schedule section. Departure and arrival times are indicated in local Kaliningrad time on the schedule.

Flight dates, departure times, and ticket costs are available on the websites of respective airlines.

You can learn more about the flights by calling Airport Information Support: +7 (4012) 550 550.

* Flight schedule is subject to change. The air travel provider retains the right to cancel, delay, and postpone flights.


Kaliningrad (Khrabrovo) International Airport named after Empress Elizabeth of Russia is located 20 km north-east of downtown Kaliningrad. Kaliningrad International Airport (Khrabrovo) is an airport of federal importance. It offers regular air traffic to Moscow, St. Petersburg, Ekaterinburg, Cherepovets, Perm, Pskov, Arkhangelsk, Rostov-on-Don, Kaluga, Krasnodar, Chelyabinsk, Mineralnye Vody, Kazan, and Antalya. Total passenger traffic of the airport totaled 2.1 million passengers in 2020.

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