How to get to Vladivostok

By air
By trail
By car
By sea

Vladivostok is a major transport hub in the Russian Far East. The city’s main transport facilities include Vladivostok International Airport (VVO), a maritime terminal and a railway station.

Increased traffic is expected at all transport hubs during EEF 2018, so please plan your travel in advance. Below you will see information about possible ways to get to Vladivostok.


Vladivostok International Airport is at the crossroads of air routes connecting the Russian Far East with the Asia-Pacific region. The airport serves flights by Russian and international airlines and offers flights to and from roughly 50 destinations.

The airport is located 44 km from Vladivostok in the city of Artem.
 +7 (423) 230 6909 (24 hours)
41, Vladimira Saybelya Ulitsa, Artem, Russia, 692756

The concourses at Vladivostok airport are open 24 hours. The airport also has lounges that offer services to both business class passengers as well as other categories of passengers for cash and cashless payment.

There is a VIP lounge in the left wing of Terminal A that offers passengers a broad range of services. A detailed description of the lounge and a full list of its services and rates is available  here.

VIP lounge contact information:
 +7 (924) 730 4046
+7 (423) 230 6799

Flights to Vladivostok

Vladivostok Airport will be operating in a special mode during the Eastern Economic Forum. Information about flights and booking tickets is available on the airport’s website.

If there is no direct flight between your city and Vladivostok, you can select a route involving a stopover at numerous airports, both in Russia, and abroad. The following airports provide transit flights to Vladivostok:

Airports in Russia
Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk International Airport (Khomutovo) (Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, Russia)

Airports in China
Beijing Capital International Airport (Beijing, China)
Pudong International Airport (Shanghai, China)
Taiping International Airport (Harbin, China)
Hong Kong International Airport (Hong Kong, China)

Airports in South Korea
Incheon International Airport (Seoul, South Korea)
Gimhae International Airport (Busan, South Korea)
Muan International Airport (Muan, South Korea)
Cheongju International Airport (Cheongju, South Korea)
Daegu International Airport (Daegu, South Korea)
Yangyang International Airport (Yangyang, South Korea)

Airports in Japan
Narita International Airport (Tokyo, Japan)

Aeroflot return flights from Moscow to Vladivostok

Aeroflot, the official carrier of the EEF 2018, suggests Forum participants book Moscow – Vladivostok flights from 8–11 September 2018 and Vladivostok – Moscow flights from 13–16 September 2018. For more information on available flights and the request procedure, please see the Book airline tickets section on the Forum website.

Charter flights

The procedure for obtaining permission to arrive at/depart from Vladivostok Airport is available here. An arrival/departure request (slot confirmation request) can be downloaded here. The number of parking spaces for private aircraft is limited, so please plan your flight well in advance.

The arrival/departure and aircraft servicing request must be sent to all the email addresses of the airport’s Operating Flight Service specialists:, A request can also be sent to KAS Handling Agent at: KAS Handling Agent will process the inquiry and forward it to the Operating Flight Service of Vladivostok Airport.

Handling inquiries must be submitted 3 days before the flight.

Please note: Vladivostok International Airport has restrictions on the acceptance of wide bodied aircraft. For additional information, please contact the airport’s Operating Flight Service specialists.


Vladivostok is the terminal station of the world’s longest railway – the Trans-Siberian. This railway connects Vladivostok with Moscow and regional centres across Russia.

The Ocean train runs daily from Khabarovsk to Vladivostok, taking between 11 hours and 13 hours 30 minutes, depending on the departure time.

A detailed timetable and ticket prices are available here.

Vladivostok Railway Station
Russian Railways information and service centre:
 +7 (800) 775 0000 (24 hours)
2, Aleutskaya Street, Vladivostok, Russia, 690091


The Ussuri A370 federal highway runs from Vladivostok to Khabarovsk. Vladivostok is connected with Chita via the Amur P296 motorway and with Irkutsk, Novosibirsk, and Chelyabinsk via the Baikal P259 highway.

You can also travel by car from Vladivostok to China’s main business centre in the northeast – Harbin. The drive takes about 9 hours and on Russian territory passes along the A370 and A184 highways before switching to the Hodao-301 highway after crossing the border with China.


The Marine Terminal in Vladivostok is located in the historical centre of the city and is a major landmark.

Marine Terminal
 +7 (423) 249 7353 (24 hours)
 +7 (423) 249 7358 (24 hours)
1 Nizhneportovaya Street, Vladivostok, Russia, 690090

Arrival and parking of vessels at Vladivostok bays

You can travel to Vladivostok by private yacht.

Please note: for security purposes, navigation will be restricted within Novik Bay (bounded from the northwest by the line from Cape Doronin to Cape Shigin), Ajax Bay and Paris Bay (bounded to the northeast by the line from Cape Novosilsky to Cape Zhitkov) from 00:00 on 9 September to 24:00 on 13 September 2018.

Access will only be granted to vessels approved by the Forum Organizing Committee and only to Novik Bay and Paris Bay.

Participants can apply for a permit through their personal web office from 15 May to 4 September 2018.

Approved vessels must additionally agree their time of arrival by telephone: +7 (423) 249 8407, +7 (423) 249 8447

If the vessel will be docked in the area for an extended period, the crew must be accredited as per the accreditation procedure for contractors.