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Sochi International

About The Airport

Located on Russia's Black Sea coast, Sochi International Airport is one of the busiest in the country. As it was the main gateway to the 2014 Winter Olympic Games, the airport was rebuilt between 2007 and 2010 in order to modernize its facilities. Though the city is well-known for its ski resorts and winter sports, it's also popular with fair-weather tourists for its many beaches, forests and nature reserves.

TERMINAL INFORMATION

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Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the terminal for those with a Russian SIM card. Visit one of our Priority Pass lounges for dedicated Wi-Fi access.

Airport Information

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Getting to and from the airport

The airport is 30km from downtown Sochi and roughly 4km from the center of Adler.

Taxi - you can hire a prepaid, fixed-rate taxi, which you pay for at the booth in the Baggage Claim area. After a few minutes, the dispatcher will arrange for a car to pick you up.

Bus - the stop for buses to central Sochi and the rest of Adler is right outside Arrivals. A SkyBus service also offers connections between the airport and popular ski resorts, with room for both baggage and skis.

Train - the Aeroexpress train service runs to downtown Adler or central Sochi.

Car rental - 4 car rental companies operate from the airport, most of which are located in the international Arrivals area. One car rental firm is based in domestic Arrivals.

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Parking

Both short and long-term parking lots are available outside the terminal building and the first 10 minutes are free. The price after this time varies according to the distance of the lot from the terminal.
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Transit and in-airport hotels

Transit arrangements are straightforward as this is a single-terminal airport.

There are no hotels inside the terminal building. However, several hotels are within a 10-minute walk, including the Cube Hotel and several well-reviewed guest houses and chalets.

Healthy Travel Tip

Tap water is not safe to drink throughout the Russian Federation. Though you should be fine to use water from the tap to brush your teeth, stick to bottled water for drinking.

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