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Boy finds a mammoth tusk. The photo was taken near famous Berelyokh Mammoth "Cemetery" at the Indigirka river in Yakutia. Yakutia photo contest winning photographer: Vladimir Fyodorov.

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Yakutia Airlines now operates year-round twice-weekly scheduled service between Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk and Tokyo (Narita). Read more...

 



 


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YAKUTIA,
Land of Extremes

Alaska-Kamchatka-Yakutsk service starts July 17

Yakutia, or Sakha Republic, is a vast unexplored region of Siberia. Yakutia occupies one-fifth of the territory of Russia. Yakutia is rich in gold and diamonds and accounts for 20% of the world's supply of rough diamonds. The City of Yakutsk is the capital of Yakutia and is one of the most remote of Russia's cities. Read more...

Yakutia Airlines will be operating flights on the routing Anchorage - Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky - Yakutsk on Mondays, July 17 - September 4 (the layover in Kamchatka is just a few hours in each direction). This makes travel to and from Yakutsk convenient and comfortable.  Click here to view schedules and fares.     

More about Yakutia and Yakutsk:

  • 22nd Annual Russian-American Pacific Partnership Meeting (RAPP), 19-20 July, 2017 in Yakutsk. Read more... 
  • Road of Bones: Magadan-Yakutsk / Yakutsk-Magadan. Read more... 
  • Discover and Book Unique Travel Experiences in Yakutia. Read more...
     

READING AND LISTENING ABOUT
THE RUSSIAN FAR EAST
 
   
Kamchatka Explorer KAMCHATKA:
Would you like to learn more about travel to Kamchatka in 2017? Kamchatka Explorer Magazine provides an excellent overview of opportunities for adventure and relaxation. Click to upload in English or Russian. http://kamchatka-explorer.com/magazine/

KAMCHATKA & CHUKOTKA:
The Russian Far East is not that far away physically and the geography, culture and history of the region are deeply intertwined with Alaska. You can even go there for an adventure if you are ready for something completely new. LISTEN: The Russian Far East on the Outdoor Explorer http://www.alaskapublic.org/2017/06/02/the-russian-far-east/

Globetrotting for Love
 
SAKHALIN: Ajay Kamalakaran edited the Sakhalin Times from 2003 to 2007, and has now written  Globetrotting for Love on Sakhalin Island  - 11 stories, which are mostly set on the island during those heady years.

Melting the Ice Curtain
 
 
 
 
 
 
ALASKA-RUSSIA RELATIONS: In the 1990's Alaskans and Russians built strong ties across the Bering Sea between our two countries. David Ramseur's new book, Melting the Ice Curtain, recounts that history.


ATTENTION TRAVEL AGENTS AND HUNTERS!
 
FIREARM AND AMMUNITION DETAILS
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Photo Courtesy: Slava Stepanov

ATTENTION Travel Agents and Hunters!

Yakutia Airlines requires that firearm and ammunition details be entered into the reservation of any traveler checking a firearm. Required information includes: firearm make, model, and caliber, and for the ammunition - quantity of rounds, number of boxes, and weight in kilograms. Here is a sample Special Service Request (SSR) entry (actual format varies from GDS to GDS):

SSR:ALL WEAP R3 NN1. REMINGTON .300 ULTRA MAG MODEL 700 40ROUNDS/2BOXES/5KG          
                                               
As always, please make sure to enter DOCS (passport information) and DOCA (US Address information) for all travelers. If you have any questions, please contact us.

For more information, check Traveling with Guns and Russia Hunter Information.
 

WINNERS ANNOUNCED IN YAKUTIA AIRLINES' YAKUTIA PHOTO CONTEST
 
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Wild berry picking is a common activity among families in Yakutia. Runner-up photographer Irina Darbasova

InterPacific Aviation and Marketing Inc/AirRussia.US announced winners of the 3rd annual photo contest dedicated to the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia). More than 170 photographs were submitted. Examples of images included photos of wildlife, scenic beauty, festivals, city life, outdoor recreation in Yakutia, and more.

The winner is Vladimir Fedorov and his photo of a boy with a mammoth tusk. The photo was taken near famous Berelyokh Mammoth "Cemetery" at the Indigirka river in Yakutia (See the winning photo at the top of the Newsletter). He will receive the grand prize of 2 free round trip tickets on Yakutia Airlines from Yakutsk to Anchorage.
 
Three other runner-up photographers will have an opportunity to purchase round trip air tickets from Yakutsk to Anchorage for $400.  

For see the gallery of best photos and read more information about winners, check our Press-Release in Russian
Yakutia contest

  
BLOGGERS WANTED!
 
BACKPACK BLOGGER
Annual project aimed at developing tourism in Russia
 
Backpack Blogger


Bloggers wanted! The Russian Federal Agency for Tourism (Rosturism) has announced it is recruiting a team of bloggers who will receive the unique opportunity to explore the wonders of Siberia for free.

Rosturism welcomes English-speaking Internet stars from different media platforms to participate in an annual adventure called "Backpack Bloggers." The project is geared at promoting active tourism in Russia through modern digital platforms. Read more...


  
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