Sochi International Airport
Russia's eighth-busiest airport, Sochi International, connects most the travellers coming from far away to the Russian resort city. Sochi International Airport has helped more than 60 million passengers see the best of the city since its opening over a half-century ago.
For a hotel with excellent transit links to Sochi International Airport and throughout the city, choose the Radisson Blu Resort & Congress Centre, Sochi. Guests of this hotel near Adler, Sochi, will find comfortable surrounds awaiting them, plus enviable amenities such as a full-service health club and in-house restaurants.
Fly in to Russia at Sochi International Airport
Originally a military airfield to help protect the region surrounding Russia's territory along the Black Sea, the Sochi International Airport eventually transitioned to handling more of the passenger traffic for the area. The airport currently serves around 2 million passengers annually, ranking it in the top 10 of Russian airports by volume.
International flights began connecting people from all over the world with the resort destination of Sochi in 1981, though much of the airport's traffic comes from within Russia. Aeroflot, Russia's national airline, operates many of the flights coming and going from Sochi International, along with a number of other providers.
The airport places arrivals near to great links for onward travel to Sochi, including the 124 bus to the city centre and the 105 airport van service. Additionally, guests can opt to visit the taxi stands outside the airport for a quicker journey.
Come and go easily between the airport and a Sochi hotel
Spend a holiday relaxing instead of commuting with a stay at a well-positioned hotel in Sochi. Radisson Blu Resort & Congress Centre, Sochi, places guests near to the airport and destinations such as Akhun Mountain, so there is never far to travel.