Book flights from Perth to Moscow with Qatar Airways
The joy of booking flights from Perth to Moscow with Qatar Airways is that you know you’ll be guaranteed a supremely comfortable journey to Russia’s historic capital. Your seat space will be generous and you’ll be able to stretch out and relax throughout the flight as we provide you with a great choice of award-winning services, including gourmet cuisine and quality refreshments. All you have to do is sit back and enjoy the trip.
Moscow is eight centuries old and is a veritable treasure chest of glittering ornaments, buildings and monuments from its eventful past. The mighty Kremlin and the fairytale domes of St Basil’s Cathedral are just two of the iconic sights here, and there are also many wonderful shopping opportunities and fine dining venues to enjoy during your visit with Qatar Airways.
Arriving in Moscow
From the iconic domes of St Basil’s Cathedral and the drama of Red Square, Moscow is a unique city with its own very individual personality. The people of Moscow are incredibly warm and welcoming, and are particularly friendly towards visitors who come to see their city.
For 860 years this thriving metropolis has been at the heart of Russia. It is the country’s political and financial hub, as well as its commercial centre. Book a flight to Moscow with Qatar Airways and you’ll find that it’s also a popular tourist destination, full of photogenic architecture, fascinating museums and galleries, and a thriving arts scene that includes world-famous dance and ballet companies.
The vast majority of visitors head straight for Red Square, at the very heart of the city. This huge square is also home to St Basil’s Cathedral with its brightly painted ‘onion’ domes, the State History Museum, Lenin's Mausoleum and one of the Kremlin's imposing brick walls.
Inside the Kremlin you’ll find a wealth (quite literally) of attractions, including the famous Diamond collection in the armoury, some stunning architecture and matinee ballet performances in the Conference Centre.
If you need somewhere to rest for a moment, the Kremlin’s gardens are beautifully tranquil oases of calm in the middle of a noisy and busy city. If you want to discover the spirit of Moscow then take a stroll down Old Arbat Street, with its boutiques and street traders.
Art is hugely important to the Russian people, and one of the best collections can be found at The Institute of Russian Realist Art, with a stunning display of the country’s finest realist artists. For a glimpse of modern Moscow, head to the revived Gorky Park, now home to trendy cafés, shops and an open-air cinema. And for a little peace and tranquillity take a stroll around Park Sokolniki, or the lesser known Aptekarskiy ogorod park.
Flights to Moscow with Qatar Airways land at Domodedovo International Airport. Visa restrictions for entry into the country will depend on your country of origin, length of stay and whether your trip is for business or pleasure. Before you fly to Moscow please check the visa and passport requirements.
Flying from Perth
Perth Airport, Australia’s fourth busiest airport, serves the west of the continent and links passengers to destinations all over the world.
Qatar Airways flights from Perth regularly travel to Doha, making this a convenient departure point for both business and leisure travellers.
The typically laid-back Australian nature makes this a very friendly airport too, with helpful staff available throughout.
Parking and transportation
Perth Airport is very business-focused, providing plenty of parking and easy transportation to, and from, the city of Perth for business users.
Long-term parking is just 10 minutes away from the International Terminal 1, and a shuttle bus runs every few minutes from the parking area to the terminal. Both short and long-term parking areas are patrolled by 24-hour security.
The Perth Airport Connect shuttle bus runs from East Perth train station, and other locations in the city, to Terminal 3. International travellers can then connect with a shuttle bus service to take them to Terminal 1. Covered taxi ranks are located outside the main entrance to the terminal.
Arriving in Perth
Qatar Airways flights from Perth leave from International Terminal 1. The terminal has a number of lounges (some of which are airline-specific). Security is tight in Australia, so ensure that you do not have any banned items in your handbags and carry-on luggage to avoid delays.
Facilities and amenities
Wi-Fi is available throughout Terminal 1 (note that there may be some not-spots in areas close to ongoing construction). There are a number of retail outlets in Terminal 1, including duty-free shops and others that offer Australian goods – ideal for buying last-minute souvenirs.
A food court provides passengers with a selection of light bites, snacks, drinks and substantial meals with an international flavour.