St. Petersburg and Murmansk will be connected by double-decker trains and lowcoster Pobeda Airlines. According to the regional governor of the Murmansk region Andrei Chibis, double-decker trains will start running between St. Petersburg and Murmansk.
Now, the network of Russian railways involves double-decker trains on routes from Moscow to St. Petersburg, Adler, Kazan, Voronezh, Samara, Kislovodsk, as well as from St. Petersburg to Adler.
In addition, Pobeda Airlines intends to open direct air flights between St. Petersburg and Murmansk from October 27, 2019. There is no exact information on this subject yet.
From the Northern capital to Murmansk, you can fly with Rossiya, Nordavia, Red Wings flights in two hours, as well as take a train, in particular the Arctic brand, in a day with a little. Andrei Chibis believes that the emergence of new rail and air options will cause a drop in prices in the transportation market. According to him, the Pobeda Airline ticket on the route will cost about 3000 rubles (about 50USD) one way.