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PICES 2011 Annual Meeting
Mechanisms of Marine Ecosystem Reorganization in the North Pacific Ocean
October 14-23, 2011, Khabarovsk, Russia
Transportation
Khabarovsk airport (KHV) is the largest in Siberia and the Russian Far East (http://www.airkhv.ru ). It currently serves 5 international and 13 domestic destinations.
 

Tanya Antonenko (ta.travelsolutions@gmail.com, phone - 1-778-996-0808) is an experienced bilingual travel agent, located in Vancouver, Canada, who can help you to book your international and domestic (Russian) flights.

 
 Direct international flights to/from Khabarovsk airport (KHV):
 
South Korea (Seoul) - 5 times/week
Departs from
Arrives to
Flight Schedule
Seoul (ICN), South Korea Khabarovsk (KHV), Russia

Mondays, Wednesdays, Saturdays
(operated by Asiana Airlines, flight OZ 572)
for more information see
http://us.flyasiana.com/Global/US/en/index

Thursdays, Sundays
(operated by Vladivostok Avia, flight XF 802)
for more information see
http://www.vladivostokavia.ru/en/passengers/

 
Japan (Tokyo, Niigata*) - 3 times/week
Departs from
Arrives to
Flight Schedule
Tokyo (NRT), Japan Khabarovsk (KHV), Russia Mondays, Fridays
(operated by Vladivostok Avia, flight XF 8830)
for more information see
http://www.vladivostokavia.ru/en/passengers/
Niigata, Japan Khabarovsk (KHV), Russia Wednesdays
(temporarily unavailable)
 
China (Beijing, Harbin) - 3 times/week
Departs from
Arrives to
Flight Schedule
Beijing (PEK, BJS), China Khabarovsk (KHV), Russia

(PEK) on Mondays, Thursdays
(operated by Vladivostok Avia, flight XF 820)
for more information see
http://www.vladivostokavia.ru/en/passengers/

(BJS) on Wednesdays
(operated by S7 Airlines, flight S7 516)
for more information see
http://www.s7.ru/en/index.html

Harbin (HRB), China Khabarovsk (KHV), Russia Mondays, Fridays
(operated by Vladivostok Avia, flight XF 804)
for more information see
http://www.vladivostokavia.ru/en/passengers/
 
 
Domestic flight connections (via Moscow and Vladivostok):
 

Vladivostok (for flight schedule see: http://www.vladivostokavia.ru/en/passengers/)

Moscow (for more information see: http://www.svo.aero/en/, http://www.domodedovo.ru/en/)

 
 
Vladivostok-Khabarovsk by train
 

Khabarovsk is located 700 kilometers north of Vladivostok.

Getting to Khabarovsk is easy - you can reach the city by taking an Vladivostok-Khabarovsk overnight train (Trans-Siberian railway).

 
 
How to find your way to the hotel and downtown?
 

The airport is located 10 km from the city downtown.

It takes just 20 min to get from the airport to the downtown by taxi (15-30 $).
There are also a direct bus (# 60) and a trolley-bus (# 1), which you can use to get from the airport to the city downtown.

 
 
Transportation in the city (useful information)
 
The main means of public transportation are buses, trolley-buses and trams. There is no subway in the city. In all public transportation you can buy your ticket from a conductor (no need to buy a ticket beforehand). An average ticket price is 12-15 RUB (approximately 0.5 USD).

Taxies in the city do not have the meters. Make a price arrangement before getting in. To get from the hotel to the airport may cost you about 500-1000 RUB (15-30 USD). For your safety a car service will be provided by your hotel.

 
 
 
 
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