Pulkovo Airport

Pulkovo Airport

Pulkovo Airport is one of the biggest quickly developing air transport points of Russia.

Pulkovo Airport was officially founded on 24 June 1932, when its airfield went into operation. The airport was originally named Shosseinaya after a nearby railway station.

There were two air services in Leningrad before the new airport opened. The first one, linking Leningrad with Berlin, was launched by Deruluft joint stock company in 1928.

In 2008 passenger traffic of Pulkovo Airport had a total enrolment of 7 070 000 people, which is 15,2% more than the activities of the twelve months of 2007. Infrastructure of Pulkovo Airport includes the aerodrome with two runways, two terminals, cargo terminal, fuel-supply complex, parking complex and other infrastructure objects.

The terminals provide the passengers with all the necessary conveniences: comfortable waiting areas, over 100 trade and service points, VIP-halls and business lounges etc.

High quality of services provided by the airport is confirmed by the international certificate ISO 9001:2000 and awards of international and All-Russian competitions in the field of quality.

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Pulkovo Airport 18/4 Pilotov st., 196210 St.

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