How to get




The world best-known Russian national airline “Aeroflot” will get you to Moscow from any country in the world and then to Omsk.
Duration of the flight “Moscow-Omsk” is 3 hours, there are several regular flights every day.
Airline “Aeroflot” is based around air hub Moscow-Sheremetievo.

Aircrafts fleet: Airbus A330, A321 A320, A319, Sukhoi SuperJet-100, Boeing B787, Boeing 737.  
All the information about flights, buy ticket online and information about the Aeroflot group of companies you may find here:
Our suggestion: If this is your first travel to Russia, this is the best option: stop in Moscow can help you to combine your running experience with visiting Russian capital.


“S7” Airlines

“S7” is one of the world’s 50 biggest domestic airlines. They operate regular flight to Europe and the Asia-Pacific region countries, as well as charter flights to 20 countries around the world.
“S7” is based around air hub Moscow-Domodedovo and Novosibirsk-Tolmachevo.
Aircraft fleet: Airbus A319, A320, Airbus A321, Boeing 737-800, 767-300 ER.
With “S7” you will get Moscow or Novosibirsk firstly and then Omsk (7-hour railway trip from Novosibirsk)
Our suggestion: Novosibirsk – one of the biggest Siberian cities. “S7” – is a good way to combine Omsk and Novosibirsk visits.


 Air Astana


“Air Astana” is the national airline of Kazakhstan, the largest airline in the country, performing domestic and international scheduled flights from Almaty and Astana airports.
“Air Astana” is based around air hub Astana and Almaty.
Aircraft fleet: Boeing 767-300 ER, Airbus A319, A320, A321, Embraer 190
With “Air Astana” you can visit the capital of Kazakhstan and see the amazing Almaty mountains and then continue your way to Omsk (1h 10m flight duration directly to Omsk).

Our suggestion: As Kazakhstan is the nearest country to Omsk you may enrich your travel with one more amazing country with its unique culture and history for a day or more and then go to Omsk. But don’t forget about the transit visa.


Trans-Siberian Railway

If you have enough free time and want to see the true Russia then railway is for you.


The way to Omsk from Moscow goes along the famous Trans-Siberian Railway and takes about 44 hours. The train will take you through the central part of Russia, the Ural Mountains, and Western Siberia.

Trans-Siberian railway is the world's longest and the most famous train route that goes through Russia. It crosses the whole continent: starting in Moscow, passing through the European Russia, crossing the Ural Mountains (which separate Europe and Asia), continuing in Siberian taiga and finishing in Vladivostok — the Russian Far East coast on the Pacific Ocean. The Trans-Siberian is an immense route - more than 10000 kilometers.

You also can reach almost all of the cities to the east or to the west of Omsk: Moscow, St. Petersburg, Ekaterinburg, Novosibirsk, Irkutsk, Ulan-Ude, Ulan-Bator, Beijing, Vladivostok etc.

Breathtaking and amazing experience that gets popular year by year.

“Russian Railways” website: