Founded in 2008, Siberian Light Aviation, also known as SiLA, is a Russian airline offering scheduled passengers services in the Siberian region.
The airline has a fleet made up of a mix of Let Kunovice and Antonov aircraft. In total, SiLA has between 5—10 aircraft within its fleet.
Passengers on SiLA are entitled to 10kg of free baggage across their carry-on and checked baggage.
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Free carry-on baggage allowance on Siberian Light Aviation flights will depend on how much checked baggage the passengers has. The overall free baggage allowance is 10kg, therefore, if passengers bring 6kg of checked baggage, they would be entitled to 4kg of carry-on baggage
Free checked baggage allowance on Siberian Light Aviation flights will depend on the weight of the passenger's carry-on baggage. The overall free baggage allowance is 10kg. This means that if the passenger brings 2kg of carry-on baggage, they would have a free checked baggage allowance of 8kg.
Additional baggage is available to purchase. Please contact us to arrange this.
Siberian Light Aviation don't offer web check-in on their flights.
Airport check-in is available by visiting a SiLA member of staff at the airport check-in desks.
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Sokol Airport, or Magadan Airport (GDX), is an airport located slightly north from the centre of Magadan, Russia, and is the hub airport for SiLA. Built in 1991, the airport deals with airlines flying domestic routes within Russia. However, in the past, some airlines have offered international routes from Sokol to the US.
Other airlines that use Sokol Airport as their hub airport include IrAero and Yakutia Airlines.
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