Hi everybody! This is my first report in English about flight between two Russian Siberian cities: Nizhnevartovsk and Novosibirsk. Nizhnevartovsk is the second largest city in Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous Area – Yugra with a population of 260,000 people. The largest in Russia oil field called Samotlor is located in Nizhnevartovsk. Novosibirsk - is the third-most populous city in Russia after Moscow and St. Petersburg. It is the most populous city in Asian Russia, with a population of 1,473,754. The city is located in the southwestern part of Siberia on the banks of the Ob River.
Terminal 1 NJC airport. This building was built in soviet style. An entrance is like a tile of legendary Soviet plane Tupolev 154.
Check-in area of domestic flights is located on ground floor
Waiting area and boarding gates
As you can see airport is not overloaded during the daytime
Good view but there is no aircrafts on apron
Time to clean the apron from snow
Here it is. An 5 years old ATR 72-500. By the way all special transport around the aircraft are made in USSR
Boarding has been started 20 minutes before departure
Video monitors but only for safety video(((
Seat pitch is pretty good for regional plane
Seat pocket content
UTair is not a low-cost airline but it has some low-cost features such as no baggage fares, lack of free meals on board. During the flight I got only glass of steel water.
Here you can see snow town Nizhnevartovsk and the Ob river
Cabin management system
1 hour 20 mins after take off our plane started to descend. Over snow center of Novosibirsk
On parking stand at Tolmachevo airport Novosibirsk
Terminal A for domestic flights in Novosibirsk
Terminal B for International flights
City buses for siberian winter )))
Nizhnevartovsk - NJC
Novosibirsk - OVB
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