Fly with SAS from North America to St. Petersburg, Russia
SAS flights from the US to the city of St. Petersburg in the Russian Federation arrive at Pulkovo International Airport's terminal 2.
Our transatlantic flights depart from New York Newark, Washington, Chicago and San Francisco. You will only need to transfer once at either Copenhagen or Stockholm Arlanda Airport.
Getting from Pulkovo Airport to the city center of St. Petersburg
Pulkovo International Airport is located 11 miles south of the city center of St. Petersburg.
You can order a taxi at the taxi service counter in the arrivals hall. However, due to heavy city traffic, getting to the city center by car during the day may take quite a while.
Another option for getting to downtown St. Petersburg is taking a low-cost shuttle or city bus to a city metro station.
Car rental service counters for Avis, Hertz and Sixt are located in the arrivals hall.
There is a bank and several ATM machines located on the ground floor of both the departure and arrivals hall.
Shopping and dining
Among the cafés, bars and restaurants at St. Petersburg’s international airport, you will find a high-end coffee shop and a TGI Friday's. The airport also offers a selection of newsstands, a souvenir shop, a drugstore, three duty-free shops, and other shops and services to meet most travelers’ needs.
Pulkovo Airport offers free wireless Internet access. Internet kiosks are located in the departure hall, after the security checkpoint.
There is a lounge available to SAS passengers depending on ticket type and EuroBonus membership status.
Hotels near the airport
The upscale Crowne Plaza St. Petersburg Airport hotel is located right by Pulkovo International Airport. Also close by is the comfortable Park Inn Pulkovskaya. A number of hotels offer an airport shuttle service.
About St. Petersburg
The beautiful city of St. Petersburg, Russia, brims with world-class museums, stunning architecture, cultural delights, romantic canals and intriguing bridges. Once the capital of Imperial Russia, you will find layer upon layer of history in St. Petersburg. Traveling by air, you may notice that St. Petersburg's airport code is “LED” – this code is derived from the city's former name of Leningrad.
Start exploring – book your SAS flight to Saint Petersburg today.