Russian Railways rail infrastructure forms the basis of FPC’s route network (over 85,600 km as at the end of 2020) — the world’s thirdlongest rail network.

  • The Company’s route network includes several routes within Russia for which no other alternative modes of transport are available, such as Tynda—Komsomolsk, Petrozavodsk—Kostomuksha, Kamyshin—Moscow, Tomsk—Bely Yar, etc.
  • Prior to the pandemic, FPC provided direct and transit passenger services to 23 European and Asian countries, including Germany, France, Poland, Austria, the Czech Republic, Monaco, Italy, Finland, China, Mongolia, North Korea, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Ukraine, Moldova, Belarus, Abkhazia, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, and Azerbaijan.
km of the Company’s route network is part of railway infrastructure of Russian Railways
Russian regions are covered by JSC FPC
carriages are available in the Company’s rolling stock fleet
employees work at the Company
years average fleet age