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Yuzhno sakhalin Airport is located on the disputed Russian island of Sakhalin, the northernmost island in the Japanese archipelago. Set on the southern tip of the island, the airport is host to Aeroflot, S7 Airlines and several other smaller carriers. Flights to Moscow, Seoul, Novosibirsk, Beijing, Harbin, Vladivostok and Tokyo are available.
The facility has one long concrete runway, two cargo terminals, 16 aircraft stands and one passenger terminal offering the usual traveller amenities. These include a cafeteria, bars, duty-free and other shops, ATMs, luggage storage, long- and short-term covered car parks and car hire in Yuzhno sakhalinsk Airport from several local suppliers.
Sakhalin Island is mountainous, inhospitable and stunningly beautiful. Yuzhno Sakhalinsk is prosperous due to oil and mineral resources, with its remaining historic Japanese building now housing a museum. Visitors wishing to travel around the island must seek permission from the Russian Federal Security Service and the Border Guard. Car rental in Yuzhno sakhalinsk Airport is useful for journeys around town.
Summers are short and mild here, but winters are bitterly cold, with snow covering the island from November to as late as April. Lows in the winter months reach - 20?C in January, the coldest month, and summer highs rarely top 20?C in August, the warmest month. Rainfall in spring, summer and autumn is high and foggy weather is common.
The roads in the city are reasonably well-kept, although winter driving can be difficult. Out of the city, good roads may be hard to find, with advance permission required on many routes. Visitors driving here in winter must be sure their vehicle has winter tyres and snow chains. Compare car hire charges online for the best discounts.