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    Khabarovsk Territory

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The airport in Khabarovsk is the largest one Siberia and the Russian Far East and it has direct connections with almost every other Russian airport of any size, as well international links with several Pacific-rim countries. Domestic flights include three times a day to/from Moscow (8,5 hours), twice a day to Yushnj-Sahalinsk (1.5 hour) and Vladivostok, three times a week to/from Magadan (2,5 hours) and once a week to Yakutsk.

International links include flights to Harbin in Northern China, Seoul, Niigata and once a week to Singapore.


On the daily Rossia Train #1/2, Moscow is 130 hours away, Irkutsk 60 hours and Vladivostok 13 hours. Services westbound include the #1 Vladivostok-Mocsow train, the #43 Khabarovsk-Moscow train and also trains to Novosibirsk, Kharkiv and Blagoveshchensk. Eastbound services include the daily #5/6 train to Vladivostok and the train from Novosibirsk (#8) that passes through on its way to Vladivostok. There is daily service (#225) to Tynda (Neirungri) on the BAM. Train #67/68 runs to/from Komsomolsk-na-Amure, another BAM station, with connections to Sovietskaya Gavan.


There is a river connection between Fuyuan (Northern China) and Khabarovsk. May to October, hydrofoils run on the Amur between Khabarovsk and Komsomolsk (6 hours).




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