Yamal is a regional airline operating in the Yamal-Nenets Autonomous Okrug and in the Tyumen Region. For almost 20 years of operation, the company has significantly expanded its initial geography of flights and offers passengers regular flights throughout Russia, as well as to some countries near and far abroad. In addition, charter flights from base airports are carried out. A high level of service, affordable prices for popular destinations, round-the-clock remote service and a convenient Yamal personal account are what customers choose this airline again and again.
Personal account options
Passengers who have registered a Yamal personal account, have already been able to appreciate the convenience and simplicity of the service. Thanks to the existing account, you can get the following services:
- Issuing an electronic ticket in a simplified way.
- Viewing current and completed orders.
- Adding information about passengers on which booking, for quick selection when ordering.
- Adding bank details for convenient payment when purchasing tickets.
- Change personal data used to book tickets.
- Contact customer support.
- Change the current password from the account.
Register and enter your personal account
Registration of an account on the airline’s website is carried out online under the link http: //book.yamal.aero/oxygen/privateOffice. To complete it, you will need to fill out a short form containing several basic points: name, email address and desired password. After filling in, enter the code from the image and click the "Register" button. An email containing a link to activate the account will be sent to the specified email address within a few minutes. After clicking on it, access to the Yamal personal account becomes available.
You can restore the password from your account by selecting the “Forgot Password” tab on the personal account login page or by the link http: / /book.yamal.aero/oxygen/privateOffice?forgetPassMode=1. The system will prompt you to enter an email address (login), which will be sent instructions for recovery.