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We made Norilsk for MSFS 2020. And it is already available for download on the site!
Airport "Norilsk" or Airport Norilsk named after Nikolai Urvantsev, on the maps Alykel is an airport located in the north of the Krasnoyarsk Territory (south of the Taimyr Peninsula), thirty-five kilometers west of the city center of Norilsk. It has the status of an internal airport and is an airfield jointly based with the state aviation. Equated to the conditions of the international (intersection of air routes: trans-Siberian and transatlantic). The official name is Norilsk (Alykel).
The airport is the only connection between the north of the Krasnoyarsk Territory and other regions of Russia, not counting shipping along the Yenisei River and the Northern Sea Route. It is connected with Dudinka and Norilsk by road.
The airport is often closed due to unfavorable weather conditions: strong crosswind, snow drifts, icing of the runway, limited visibility, in summer due to fog.
In 2016, according to the federal program, it was planned to close the airport for the repair of the runway for all summer months. However, due to the high transport significance of the airport, the repair schedule was made in three stages in the summer months of 2016-2018. In the summer of 2017 and 2018, a restriction was introduced on the types of aircraft accepted - instead of Boeing-737, flights were operated on ATR 42-500, ATR 72-500 and An-24 aircraft.
The terminal is equipped with two pedestal-type telescopic ladders, which are not suitable for all types of aircraft, since they are not height-adjustable.
The large length of the runway is due to the fact that the Norilsk airport is a co-based air hub - here civil and military aircraft take off, land and service. After reconstruction, the runway received the second category of ICAO.
Near Norilsk there is also an airport of local airlines Valyok (UOOV index).
And I would like to thank Andrey Viktorovich Efimenko for the support (Andrey, thanks for the links! We started!) And Oleg Urevich! Thank you guys! It would be hard without you!