Saransk Private Jet Charter Service
Saransk, located between Moscow and St. Petersburg, is a city that -- year after year -- it is called one of the most pleasant cities in Russia.
The main airport in Saransk is Saransk Airport (SKX).
The aircraft based nearest to Saransk are in Moscow, about 265 miles away. The most common aircraft available are the Citation X, Challenger 604, Legacy 600, and Falcon 900LX.
You can also call us 24/7 - 365 days a year at +1-877-727-2538.
Empty Legs to or from Saransk
Saransk Airports within 50 Miles
- Saransk Airport, UWPS, SKX, Saransk, Russia
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Saransk City Overview
Folklores and festivals throughout the year celebrate the ethnic history of the people the Republic of Mordovia and its capital, Saransk. The preservation of the languages, cultures and national identity of the Finno-Ugrian ethnic group - mostly Hungarians, Finns, Estonians and Mordvins - is important to the city.
Annual festivals include the Aksha Kelu ("white birch"), which is held in June to celebrate the coming of summer. Houses are decorated with birch branches and women, dressed in ethnic costumes, sing songs praising Mother Nature.
Another summer festival, the Mordva, celebrates the national holiday of "Rasken Ozks," which means "tribal prayer." The festival's colorful rituals started as a way to give honor to the trees and pray for a good harvest in the agricultural area. The modern "Mordva" festival has given way to its religious ties and is now more of a holiday to bring together the city's Finno-Ugric population.
Another festival in honor of the city's ethnic background, "Shumbrat, Mordovia!" is held in June. The celebration, which started in 1996, brings almost 100,000 visitors to the festival of arts and crafts.
Saransk becomes a city of jazz in October when musicians come from all over the world to take place in the Vesye-Jazz Festival.
Saransk is also known for its sports with Mordovian athletes participating in more than 100 competitions in Russia, Europe and the world every year.
An interesting piece of trivia is that French actor Gerard Depardieu moved to Saransk in 2013, becoming the city's most famous resident. He refurbished a theater, popular with locals and visitors that shows his films and others.