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Ural Airlines will fly from Kazan to Yekaterinburg and Harbin

Ural Airlines will fly from Kazan to Yekaterinburg and Harbin


In the year of the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China, Ural Airlines starts operating flights from Kazan to Harbin with a landing in Yekaterinburg. New flights U6-859 / 860 will be operated once a week on Sundays from October 27, 2019 to March 22, 2020.

You can purchase tickets on the website uralairlines.com, in the mobile application, at any ticket office or by calling the call center at 8-800-7700-262. Airfare with all fees is:

  • Kazan-Yekaterinburg - from 3 915 rubles. one way and from 7 830 rubles. - There and back again;
  • Kazan-Harbin - from 15 000 rubles. one way and from 28 500 rubles. - There and back again.

Harbin - the most "Russian" city in the Middle Kingdom is especially beautiful in winter, when there is an exhibition of snow and ice sculptures. In Harbin you can see the largest Orthodox cathedral in the east - Sophia; the most large-scale and high-level architectural ensemble of the temple of Confucius; The longest pedestrian street in all of Asia is Central, where European architecture predominates. Such a mixture of styles occurred as a result of the merger of Europe and Asia in this trading city.

Yekaterinburg is a city that is also influenced by Europe and Asia, a region of gold mining and stone-cutting art. Today, Yekaterinburg is known as the capital of Ural rock and is often called the "third capital of Russia." There are many business and cultural events of both Russian and global scale.

Kazan is the largest industrial and financial center of Tatarstan. A city with a thousand-year history, in which cultures, religions, architectural monuments and styles are mixed. Be sure to pet the Kazan cat for good luck, look into the local Kremlin and take a walk to the Palace of Farmers.