Airport Transfers in Sochi
LingoTaxi welcomes you to Sochi - host of the Winter Olympics back in 2014 - with our comfortable and hassle-free airport transfers. LingoTaxi airport transfer fares are fixed and per vehicle, not per passenger.
LingoTaxi offers its services from and to Sochi International Airport (AER). Each vehicle class has one fixed price from Sochi International Airport (AER) and vice versa. See for all our fixed fares (one-way) the price boxes on this website.
Our airport transfers in Sochi include an English-speaking driver, if not stated otherwise. You can change to the language of your choice for free, if available.
3 | 2 |
4 | 4 |
7 | 7 |
16 | 16 |
3 | 2 |
Mercedes S-Class W222
3 | 2 |
6 | 6 |
All transfers include:
- Meet & greet in the arrival hall with a name board
- Help with luggage
- 1 hour waiting time & parking costs included
- Flight status tracking (in case of flight delay, no additional costs)
- Payment in Euro, US Dollar or Russian Rubles
- Fixed fares, no hidden costs!
When should I make a reservation?
We highly recommend passengers to book minimum 1 day in advance, to make sure a vehicle will be 100% available and our team can provide you with your driver's details before your flight takes off. The minimum time to make reservations is 4 hours before pick-up time.
|Bus Coordinator||2500 RUB|
|Baby / booster seat (each)||150 RUB|
In case you have children younger than 8 years travelling with you, please make sure to have a suitable baby/booster seat available. These are obligatory in Russia for all children younger than 8 years. If you wish, LingoTaxi can provide you with a baby/booster seat if booked in advance.
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