Transit Visa for Russia

Russian Transit Visa - Is It Required?

Transit Visa

Do I need a transit visa for Russia?  If you are catching a connecting flight in a Russian airport and are not coming through security then you do not need a transit visa.  If you are planning to come through security into the city (or even into the main airport building) then you will require a Russian transit visa.

Russian transit visa requirements:  you will need to submit an official application and all supproting documents when applying for your Russian transit visa.  Our experienced visa agents can take you through the entire process from start to finish.  You can check costs and start the process by using the ‘Check visa costs and apply’ widget on this page or go to our do I need a visa and how much does it cost page.

Russian transit visa cost:  Costs for a Russian visa application vary depending on your nationality and speed of service required but as a guide a UK passport holder requiring a transit visa for Russia will pay approximately £131.40.  If you are unsure about whether you require a transit visa for Russia then please chat to one of our visa agents.  You can check costs and start the process here.

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Double Entrycovers 1 person for 2 entries and 2 exits within a 30 day period

Double Entrycovers 1 person for 2 entries and 2 exits within a 90 day period

Important: eVisa is only available if you can answer yes to all the following; 1) you are travelling to St Petersburg only or Kaliningrad only and arriving by flight or boat. 2) You are staying 7 nights / 8 days or less. If you cannot answer yes to all of these, please reselect 'Supporting Documents'.
To apply for this visa you must have previously held at least two 12 month business visas for Russia.

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