Coming to prominence fairly recently, the Sochi/Adler International Airport, known commonly as Sochi Airport, saw hundreds of thousands of people pass through its gates during the 2014 Olympic Winter Games. Sochi is one of Russia’s resort cities, as this beautiful town nestles up against the atmospheric and lovely Black Sea.
Originally an airfield constructed to aid in the World War II military effort, Sochi Airport is now one of the country’s busiest transport hubs.
The airport has one main terminal building which handles all passengers flying through to Sochi. This has all the amenities you’d typically expect of a modern airport, such as a bank with currency exchange services, information desks, a post office, and a family room. There is no current access to WiFi but the airport has stated that they are hoping to implement wireless internet fairly soon.
If you’re looking to sit down and eat something pre or post flight you’ll be happy to know that Sochi Airport has a few café and bar area, though be aware that a couple of these are situated in the VIP area of the airport which are specifically designated for first class and business passengers. There are also a few shops where you can browse for reading materials, confectionary and souvenirs.
Please note all information is current as of March 2016.