On the question of whether there is an airport in Anapa, and whether it is possible to get to the Black Sea coast as quickly as possible, experienced tourists will respond positively. In Anapa (or rather, a little outside the city) there is its own international airport — Vityazevo, named after the settlement in which it is located.
This, as already mentioned, is an international airport. You can fly here not only from Moscow and other Russian cities, but also from Europe and other regions of the planet. It is considered one of the busiest in the country. Only in Russia, Vityazevo has air communication with 12 airports. From Moscow to Anapa can be reached in just two hours, even if the plane goes around the airspace of Ukraine.
The question of how many kilometers from Anapa to the airport is difficult to answer unequivocally: it all depends on where you are. If you are in the city center, you will have to travel 15 km before you reach the plane. And it can take all 2 hours — the time depends on the flow rate and the condition of the roads.
If you use Anapa railway station as a reference point, you have to overcome only 5 km. If you are in the village of Vityazevo (and this is the nearest settlement to the airport), there will be 4 km to the airfield.
What is the airport in Anapa, and what should the traveler expect?
Anapa airport appeared on the map of Russia (and at that moment — even the USSR) in 1976. The transport hub was built for 7 years — since 1969. Two years before the end of construction, the first plane landed here. 1974 is considered the year of the creation of the airport.
At the moment it is one of the most loaded transport hubs of the Krasnodar Territory. It serves the residents of Anapa, Temryuk and Novorossiysk itself, where in total about four hundred thousand people live. In winter, flights are relatively rare, in the summer their intensity greatly increases — more than 3 million people a year go to Anapa alone. That