Volgograd Private Jet Charter Service
Volgograd, located on the banks of the Volga River in the southeast of the European part of Russia, continues to grow in popularity as a draw for historical tourism.
The main airport is Gumrak Airport (VOG)
There are not many aircraft based near Volgograd. The aircraft that are based closest to Volgograd are in Ukraine and Moscow between 370 and 500 miles away. Common aircraft are the Falcon 2000EX EASy, Global 5000, Challenger 850 and Gulfstream G450.
You can also call us 24/7 - 365 days a year at +1-877-727-2538.
Empty Legs To or from Volgograd
Volgograd Airports within 50 Miles
- Gumrak Airport, URWW, VOG, Volgograd, Russia
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Volgograd City Overview
Volgograd is the site of one of the bloodiest battles in history. Almost two million people, twice the size of modern-day Volgograd, were killed in the Battle of Stalingrad, the turning point of World War II. Monuments erected to honor its war heroes are located throughout the city. Among them is the 285-foot statue, the tallest in Europe, "The Motherland Calls." It can be seen from all parts of the city.
Every year, hundreds of thousands visit the Battle of Stalingrad Memorial Complex on the hill of Mamayev Kurgan. The enormous Panorama Museum has large rooms filled with exhibits from World War II and the Battle of Stalingrad. While tanks, planes and other military equipment on display outside the museum form a war-time playground for kids, the shell of an old mill, destroyed in battle, left standing next to the museum brings back sobering memories of the battle.
In addition to its war monuments, Volgograd, which is 330 sq. miles is known for its mineral springs, vibrant culture, and architecture. Modern-day Volgograd with its large river port is one of the most important industrial and economic cities in Russia. Before the war, it was a major producer of tanks and ammunition.
Major industries today are oil refining, steel and aluminum production, and shipbuilding. A four-mile bridge over the Volga River, opened in 2009, provides access to the west bank of the river.