The national airline, “Azerbaijan Airlines” (AZAL - www.azal.az) , operates from Baku, Heydar Aliyev International Airport and from the country’s other airports (Ganja, Qabala and Nakhchivan with both domestic and international flights offering connections worldwide.
Direct flights to and transit flights via Azerbaijan are also provided by numerous international airlines.
Flight schedules are available on the airlines’ official websites.
Azerbaijan has railway communication with a number of Post-Soviet cities. You can travel to Baku and back by train from such cities as Tbilisi, Makhachkala, Moscow, Tyumen, Rostov, Kharkov and etc. More details about the routes and train schedule are provided at the official website of “Azerbaijan Railways” JSC.
Azerbaijan has passenger bus communication service with cities of Russian Federation, Georgia, Turkey and the Islamic Republic of Iran. International passenger service is operated from Baku International Bus Terminal, located at the city entrance.
More information about the tariffs, as well as the schedule of intercity and international routes can be found at the official website.
Moreover, you can cross the border of Azerbaijan with Russia, Georgia, Iran and Turkey on a personal vehicle.
It is by all means convenient to travel across Azerbaijan on a vehicle, provided that you hold an international driver’s license. The country has beautiful roads in the capital, as well as the intercity highways, connecting Baku with all the cities, district centers, settlements, air and marine ports, railway stations, natural reserves, tourist recreation zones, and the foreign country entry points (with neighboring countries).