Non-stop flights from Surgut (SGC)Last updated on: 03-29-2020
Surgut Airport (IATA: SGC, ICAO: USRR), also known as Surgut Airport, is a medium sized airport in Russia. It is an international airport and serves the area of Surgut, Russia. Surgut Airport has non-stop passenger flights scheduled to 33 destinations in 7 countries.
At present, there are 25 domestic flights from Surgut.
The longest flight from Surgut SGC is a 2,486 mile (4,001 km) non-stop route to Antalya AYT. This direct flight takes around 5 hours and 55 minutes and is operated by Azur Air.
Airlines flying from Surgut
In total there are 12 airlines flying from and to Surgut. Most flights are operated by one of the following carriers:
Popular destinations from Surgut
Below you can find a list of the most popular destinations from Surgut, based on the number of scheduled flights for this month.
Alternative airports near Surgut
There are two alternative airports to Surgut (SGC) within a range of 125 miles (200 km), which are Kogalym (KGP) and Nizhnevartovsk (NJC).
Intercontinental flights from Surgut
There are intercontinental flights operating from Surgut Airport (SGC) between Surgut and Europe, the Middle-East and Central Asia.
Please note that there are no direct services between Surgut and the United States, Canada, Southern America, Central America, the Carribean, Africa, Southern Asia, China, Japan, Eastern Asia, South-Eastern Asia or Oceania.
Non-stop flights from Surgut to Europe
UTair has a significant network of flights from Surgut to Europe.
UTair: seasonal flights to Minsk (MSQ), Anapa (AAQ), Belgorod (EGO), Gelendzhik (GDZ), Krasnodar (KRR), Moscow Vnukovo (VKO), Perm (PEE), Rostov (ROV), Saint Petersburg (LED), Samara (KUF), Sochi (AER) and Ufa (UFA).
RusLine: seasonal flights to Belgorod (EGO), Krasnodar (KRR), Moscow Vnukovo (VKO), Perm (PEE), Saint Petersburg (LED), Samara (KUF), Sochi (AER) and Ufa (UFA).
Pobeda: seasonal flights to Anapa (AAQ), Moscow Vnukovo (VKO) and Sochi (AER).
Aeroflot (SkyTeam): year-round to Moscow Sheremetyevo (SVO) and Saint Petersburg (LED).
Nordwind: seasonal flights to Simferopol (SIP).
Yamal Airlines: seasonal flights to Simferopol (SIP).
Non-stop flights from Surgut to the Middle-East / Western Asia
UTair: seasonal flights to Baku (GYD), Grozny (GRV), Makhachkala (MCX) and Mineralnye Vody (MRV).
RusLine: seasonal flights to Mineralnye Vody (MRV).
Pobeda: seasonal flights to Makhachkala (MCX).
Azur Air: seasonal flights to Antalya (AYT).
Non-stop flights from Surgut to Central Asia
UTair has a strong network of non-stop flights to Central Asia.
UTair: seasonal flights to Barnaul (BAX), Beloyarsky (EYK), Khanty-Mansiysk (HMA), Krasnoyarsk (KJA), Kurgan (KRO), Novosibirsk (OVB), Omsk (OMS), Tyumen (TJM), Yekaterinburg (SVX), Khujand (LBD) and Tashkent (TAS).
RusLine: seasonal flights to Beloyarsky (EYK) and Yekaterinburg (SVX).
Angara Airlines: seasonal flights to Novosibirsk (OVB) and Tomsk (TOF).
NordStar: seasonal flights to Tomsk (TOF).
S7 Airlines (Oneworld): year-round to Novosibirsk (OVB).
Somon Air: seasonal flights to Khujand (LBD).
Avia Traffic: seasonal flights to Bishkek (FRU) and Osh (OSS).