Sheremetevo, Moscow

 

ICAO: UUEE

Sheremetyevo International Airport (IATA: SVO, ICAO: UUEE) is an international airport located in Khimki, Moscow Oblast, Russia, 29 km (18 mi) northwest of central Moscow. It is a hub for passenger operations of the Russian international airline Aeroflot, and is one of the three major airports that serve Moscow, along with Domodedovo International Airport and Vnukovo International Airport (the IATA city code for Sheremetyevo, Domodedovo, and Vnukovo is MOW). In 2015, the airport handled 31,612,402 passengers and 256,104 aircraft movements, making the airport the busiest of the Russian Federation.

 

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Domodedovo, Moscow

 

ICAO: UUDD

Domodedovo International Airport (IATA: DME, ICAO: UUDD) is an international airport located on the territory of Domodedovo, Moscow Oblast, Russia, 42 kilometres (26 mi) south-southeast from the centre of Moscow. Domodedovo is one of the three major Moscow airports along with Sheremetyevo and Vnukovo, as well as one of the largest airports in Russia and the former USSR in terms of passenger and cargo traffic. In 2015 it served 30,504,515 passengers, a reduction of 7.7% compared to 2014, making it the second busiest airport in Russia. Domodedovo is Moscow's only privately owned airport, believed to be owned by Russian businessman Dmitry Kamenshchik.

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Vnukovo, Moscow

 

ICAO: UUWW

Vnukovo International Airport (IATA: VKO, ICAO: UUWW), is a dual-runway international airport located 28 kilometres (17 mi) southwest of the centre of Moscow, Russia. It is one of the three major airports that serve Moscow, along with Domodedovo International Airport and Sheremetyevo International Airport. In 2015, the airport handled 15.82 million passengers, representing an increase of 24% compared to the previous year. It is the third-busiest airport in Russia.

Vnukovo is Moscow's oldest operating airport. It was opened and used for military operations during the Second World War, but became a civilian facility after the war. Its construction was approved by the Soviet government in 1937, because the older Khodynka Aerodrome (located much closer to the city centre, but closed by the 1980s) was becoming overloaded. Vnukovo was opened on 1 July 1941. During the Great Patriotic War, it was used as a military airbase; passenger services started after the war.

On 15 September 1956, the Tupolev Tu-104 jetliner made its first passenger flight from Moscow Vnukovo to Irkutsk via Omsk.

On 4 November 1957, a plane carrying Romanian Workers' Party officials, including the most prominent politicians of Communist Romania (Gheorghe Gheorghiu-Dej, Chivu Stoica, Alexandru Moghioroş, Ştefan Voitec, Nicolae Ceauşescu, Leonte Răutu, and Grigore Preoteasa), was involved in an accident at Vnukovo Airport. Preoteasa, who was Minister of Foreign Affairs at the time, was killed, as was the aircraft's crew. Several others were seriously injured.

The first passenger flights of the IL-18 (Moscow to Alma-Ata on 20 April 1956) and Tu-114 (Moscow to Khabarovsk on 24 April 1961) were also made from Vnukovo Airport. In 1980, Vnukovo was expanded because of the 22nd Summer Olympic Games. In 1993, Vnukovo Airport became a joint-stock company.

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A massive reconstruction and strategic development programme commenced at Vnukovo International in late 2003, following the transfer by the Federal Government of the controlling stake in the airport to the Government of Moscow.

As part of the Airport Strategic Development Plan, the following projects were completed between 2003 and 2005:

April 2004: New Terminal B was opened. The terminal currently handles international passengers. But in the future, it will be converted to handle domestic flights or to fulfill any other dedicated functions to be determined at a later date. The terminal's total floor space offering stands at 80,000 sq m, allowing for an annual passenger throughput capacity of four million.
August 2005: Vnukovo's Aeroexpress rail link to Kiyevsky Rail Terminal was opened.
December 2010: New Terminal A was opened.
Vnukovo is Europe's busiest airport for international flights by larger private planes.


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Yuzniy, Ivanovo

 

ICAO: UUBI

Yuzhny Airport (also Ivanovo Yuzhny or Ivanovo South) (IATA: IWA, ICAO: UUBI) is an airport in Russia located 7 km southwest of Ivanovo. It is a civilian facility that handles medium-sized airliners. It is not to be confused with the Ivanovo Severny airlift base.

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Zhukovsky International Airport

 

ICAO: UUBW

Zhukovsky International Airport (IATA: ZIA, ICAO: UUBW), also known as Ramenskoye Airport or Zhukovsky Airfield (Russian: Аэропорт Раменское, Аэропорт Жуковский), is Moscow's fourth international airport. It is located in Moscow Oblast, Russia 40 km southeast of central Moscow, in the town of Zhukovsky, a few kilometers southeast of the old Bykovo Airport.

After the 2014-2016 reconstruction there was the official opening of Zhukovsky International Airport on May 30, 2016. The declared capacity of the new airport was 4 million passengers per year. As of December 2016 flights from the Zhukovsky International airport are being served by 5 airlines to 6 destinations in Russia and CIS.

The airfield has served as a major aircraft testing facility since the Cold War years, with most of the major Russian OKBs having facilities there. It is also now used by the Ministry of Emergency Situations and cargo carriers. It was also used as a test site for the Soviet Buran Spacecraft.

Until June 2006, jet fighters flights for the public and international customers were available at the airport. The following two-seater jets were available for public flights on Zhukovsky: Aero L-39 Albatros, Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-21 Fishbed, Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-23 Flogger, Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-25 Foxbat, for Edge of Space flights, Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-29 Fulcrum and Sukhoi Su-27 Flanker. Since June 2006, no public flights are available in Zhukovsky, although it has been said since then that the flights will be available again. Today jet flights in Aero L-39 Albatros aircraft are possible in Russia with the team Vyazma Rus, flights with the Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-29 Fulcrum and Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-31 Foxhound have been available on Sokol Airfield. At the moment, only the MiG-29 is available for flights.

On March 29, 2011, then Russian prime minister Vladimir Putin proposed moving all charter and low-cost flights to Ramenskoye Airport (as it was then called), to relieve to Moscow's Sheremetyevo, Domodedovo and Vnukovo airports and reduce the cost of tickets. A new terminal was constructed and the airport scheduled to be opened on 16 March 2016, but was later postponed to unspecified date due to lack of interest and airport certification issues.[10] The airport was eventually opened on 30 May 2016.[11] The opening ceremony was attended by Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev.

The Joint Venture "Ramport Aero" running the airport is formed by Lithuania's Avia Solutions Group (75%) and Russia state corporation Rostec (25%), who aimed to expand the airport in three stages.[12][13] While the opening of the new airport will be delayed and aircraft limit to Ramenskoye will be implemented,[14] Air France-KLM noted it tends to use Ramenskoye as a diversion airport to Sheremetyevo in case of emergency.[15]

The opening ceremony of the Zhukovsky International Airport was held on 30 May 2016 and the first commercial passenger flights were expected to begin on 20 June 2016.[16] It was originally named after the nearby town of Ramenskoye; but in 2016 the airport was officially named after the town of Zhukovsky, in which it is geographically situated. The town of Zhukovsky, in turn, was named after a pioneer of modern aerodynamics research, Nikolay Yegorovich Zhukovsky.

The airfield is a part of the Gromov Flight Research Institute and hosts the biennial MAKS Airshow. The airport is also home to the world's second longest public-use runway, at 5,402 m (17,723 ft).

 

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Ostafyevo International Airport

 

ICAO: UUMO

Ostafyevo International Business Airport (Russian: Международный аэропорт бизнес-авиации «Остафьево») (IATA: OSF, ICAO: UUMO) is a "B" class international airport, located 14 kilometres (8.7 mi) to the south of Moscow Ring Road in Novomoskovsky administrative okrug of Moscow. The airport is owned by Gazpromavia company, a division of Gazprom. It was renovated and opened for civilian flights in 2000 on the grounds of a former military airbase. Ostafyevo features a new modern glass terminal, and caters primarily to business aviation.

It is capable of receiving aircraft Boeing 737-700, Global 5000/6000/Express, Falcon-900/2000/7X, An-12/74, Il-18, Yak-42, SJ-100, Tu-134 (noise restrictions) and more light, as well as helicopters of all types.

The airport belongs to Russian Ministry of defence and operated jointly with Gazpromavia. It is a home to Gazpromavia and the cargo airline Shar Ink. The only authorized handler is "Aviapartner" LLC.

The airport was opened for international flights in 2007. It fully meets the modern standards of safety and service organization of international and domestic flights, all types of collateral obtained certificates of conformity.

Currently Ostafyevo is positioned as an international business airport, ready to provide services regardning to ground handling, parking (both on apron and in hangars), refuelling, catering, transfer and accommodation for crew, customs assistance, aeronautical information and organizational support, including navigational support for foreign aircraft flying in Russian Federation.

On the territory of Ostafyevo are located certificated maintenance centers for business jets (certifyed by Dassault Aviation for Falcons) and helicopter EC-120B Colibri. Airport complex has 26 open aircraft parkings, 12 of them are within walking distance from the terminal. There are two heated hangar complexes for four aircraft. Places in the hangars are equipped with all the necessary equipment, tow bars are available. Aircraft cleaning services are available. The passenger terminal of the airport can handle up to 70 passengers per hour on domestic routes and 40 passengers per hour - on international flights.

For ease of transport communication with Moscow the reconstruction of the access road is in progress.

 

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Kubinka (air base)

 

ICAO: UUMB

Kubinka (Russian: Кубинка) is an air base in Moscow Oblast, Russia located 5 km northwest of Kubinka. In close proximity to Moscow, the Kubinka facility showcases the best of the Russian Air Force to the general public.

The 82nd aviation detachment (separate) arrived at the base in 1935, joined in 1938 by the 11th and 24th Aviation Regiments. Personnel of these units field-tested the advanced Yak-1 and LaGG-3 fighters and defended Moscow during the Second World War. After the war, the base became home to the 324th Svirskaya Fighter Aviation Division from November 1945. In November 1950, the whole 324th Fighter Aviation Division was redeployed to Korea, and the base was taken over by the 9th Fighter Aviation Division from February 1951.

Units which have been stationed at Kubinka include:

237th Centre for Display of Aviation Equipment (237 TsPAT) flying MiG-29E, Su-17C, Su-24, Su-25, and Su-27 during the 1990s (with one exception given as 239 TsPAT in Yefim Gordon's Su-24 book.) The regiment, which has inherited the traditions of the 19 OIAP (1938–1944) and the 176 Gv IAP (1944–1950), was formed under the number 234 in November 1950. It arrived at Kubinka at the beginning of 1952. On 15 January 1989 it was renamed the 237th Composite Aviation Regiment (Demonstration) (237 SAP(P)). It became the 237 TsPAT on 13 February 1992 and then gained the title 'named for Air Marshal I.N. Kozhedub' on 10 August 1993.
234th Guards Instructional Interceptor Aviation Regiment (234 Gv IIAP) flying MiG-23MLD and MiG-29 aircraft.
378th Independent Composite Aviation Squadron (378 OSAE) flying Mil Mi-8 helicopters.
29 Gv IAP (during the 1950s).
9th Fighter Aviation Division (November 1952 – 1993)
Most units at Kubinka were subordinated up until 2009-2010 to the Special Purpose Command of the Russian Air Force.

The 32nd Guards Fighter Aviation Regiment was based at Kubinka from February 1950 to 1962-63. The regiment was subordinated to the 9th Fighter Aviation Division. It was then reformed at the base after being deployed to Cuba as part of Operation Anadyr. The regiment initially flew MiG-19s but by 1962 was flying MiG-21F-13s. The regiment was still in place in the late 1980s. From 1968 to 1989 it was part of the 9th Fighter Aviation Division, stationed at Shatalovo, Smolensk Oblast. The 32nd Guards Fighter Aviation Regiment was formed in 1941 as the 434th Fighter Aviation Regiment. It became 32nd Guards Fighter Aviation Regiment by an order of the People's Commissariat for Defence (Soviet Defence Ministry, NKO) in November 1942. The regiment was disbanded on 1 July 1989.

 

 

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BELGOROD

 

ICAO: UUOB

Belgorod International Airport (Russian: Международный Аэропорт Белгород) (IATA: EGO, ICAO: UUOB) is an airport in Russia located 4 km north of Belgorod. It services narrow-body airliners (such as the Tupolev Tu-154, Tupolev Tu-204, Ilyushin Il-76, Boeing 737, Airbus A320, Boeing 757 etc.) and wide-body airliner Boeing 767. It conducts 24-hour flight operations. The airport was founded in 1954.

The establishment date of the airport is considered to be August 30, 1954, when the order was issued by the Deputy Chief of Air Fleet under the Council of Ministers of the USSR and Belgorod landing pad began its transformation into a class IV Airport.

In 1954, the Kursk squadron relocated to the northern outskirts of Belgorod. These aircraft carried cargo and mail transportation, medical staff in the newly created districts of the Belgorod Oblast. The staff (technicians, drivers) did not exceed 20-30 people then.

In 1957 came into operation Yak-12, capable of carrying 4 passengers or 350 kilograms of cargo. Aircraft used for flight on the territory of the region. In the years 1959-1968 made fleet capacity by AN-2 and Yak-12.

In 1969, the runway was put into operation. I began receiving short-haul aircraft: Yak-40, L-410, An-24. To fly to Moscow, Sochi, Anapa, Simferopol, Poltava, Donetsk. Created by air traffic control, 170 people work at the plant. Since 1970, flights operated to Rostov-on-Don, Voronezh, Krasnodar and Lipetsk.

In 1975 the airport admitted to reception of the Tu-134. New lines opened up to new directions in Murmansk, Yekaterinburg, Astrakhan, Tyumen, Smolensk, Saratov and Mariupol.

In 1976–1989 years of the expansion of the geography of flights and an increase in the intensity of flights. 1981 saw reconstruction of the runway. In the years 1985-1994 were performed passenger flights to Khabarovsk, Novosibirsk, Surgut, Tyumen, Murmansk, Arkhangelsk, Leningrad, Riga, Minsk, Kiev, Lviv, Yerevan, Sochi, Odessa, Simferopol, Kaliningrad, Chelyabinsk and Baku.

In 1995, the airport was given the status of international airport. Along with the implementation of domestic flights, international flights started to operate to Turkey, Bulgaria, Israel, Hungary. Accepted cargo planes from India, China, the Netherlands, the United Arab Emirates.

In 1998-1999 following the an economic meltdown, which resulted in a sharp decline in demand for passenger air travel and the reduction of the amount of work, number of flights reduced.

In 2000-2001, scheduled passenger transport resumed, including international with opening of new flights to Salekhard, Tyumen, Surgut, Norilsk, Yekaterinburg, Anapa, Murmansk, Sochi, Novy Urengoy, Soviet, Naryan-Mar, Arkhangelsk, Israel, Hungary, Cyprus and Bulgaria using Tu-134, Tu-154, Yak- 42, with a capacity of 70 - 160 passengers.

In April 2002, "the airline Belgorod" transformed into a Federal State Unitary Enterprise "Belgorod State Aviation Enterprise", and in December of the same year transformed into Open Joint Stock Company "Belgord Airlines".

 

 

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SASOVO

 

ICAO: UUBG

The history of the Sasovo Flight School of Civil Aviation began in 1943. This year, the Order of the Chief of the Main Directorate of the Civil Air Fleet No. 634 of March 2, 1943, on the basis of the 111th Isil-Kul, 74 Shadrinskaya Squadron, as well as a part of the flight crew of the 71st Yanaul Air Squadron, in May 1943, Isil- Kul aviation school of pilots of initial training GVF. October 11, 1945 Order of the Chief of the Main Directorate of the Guards-Guard No. 0238 decided to rebase the Isil-Kul Air School in Sasovo.

Since 1943, in the territory where the air squadron arrived,

On June 27, 1947, the Aviation School was renamed the Sasovo Flight School of Civil Aviation.

On January 3, 1949, by decree of the Council of Ministers No. 18, in order to perpetuate the memory of Hero of the Soviet Union Taran Gregory Alekseevich, for success in training the flight personnel, the Sava Airborne School GVF was given the name of Hero of the Soviet Union Taran G.A.

Since July 29, 2009, the school has become a branch of The Ulyanovsk Higher Aviation School of Civil Aviation

The school has a rich history. This was an excellent basis for training personnel for the USSR GA. Being the closest to Moscow flight school, received an unofficial nickname among graduates "court school". During its work in the walls of the institution, hundreds of first-class pilots were trained, dispersed after the release throughout the former Union. Pupils of the school were always appreciated and were in demand both in the far north and in the major airports of Moscow. Also in the days of the USSR, cadets from Vietnam, Afghanistan, Cuba, and African countries were trained.

The training took place on the following types of aircraft: Po-2, Li-2, Yak-12, Yak-18A, Yak-18T, An-2, L-410; for a short time the An-24 aircraft were operated. Also there were retraining courses for helicopters Ka-15, Mi-1, Mi-4.

With the collapse of the Soviet Union, the school experienced hard times in the 1990s: 20 cadets per course, lack of instructors, lack of fuel ...

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July 29, 2009 according to the Order of the Government of the Russian Federation of February 4, 2008 No. 109-r and the order of the Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation on October 20, 2008 No. 413 Federal State Educational Establishment of Secondary Professional Education "Sasovskoye named after Hero of the Soviet Union Taran G.A. Flight College of Civil Aviation "was reorganized into a separate subdivision" Sasovskoye named after Hero of the Soviet Union Taran G.A. flight school of civil aviation "branch of the Federal State Educational Institution of Higher Professional Education" Ulyanovsk Higher Aviation School of Civil Aviation (Institute) "(SLA GA branch FGOUVPO UAVU GA (I)).

In May 2012, a concrete take-off strip was opened; 2, 2014 reconstruction of a canteen canteen is finished. Every year the number of candidates for admission increases (a set of 2013 - about 170 people). The school has Yak-18T simulators, Cessna-172; there are two simulators L-410UVP E-20. Training is conducted on Cessna-172 aircraft, the launch is carried out on L-410UVP E-20 aircraft.

 

 

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VORONEZH

 

ICAO: UUOO

Voronezh Airport (Chertovitskoye) (IATA: VOZ, ICAO: UUOO) is Voronezh International Airport, serving the city of Voronezh and its metropolitan area, as well as the cities of the Voronezh and nearby regions. It has the status of an airport of federal significance.

Is the main asset of the company LLC "MC" Aviaservice ".

In addition to the airport in the city of Voronezh, there are the military airfield Baltimor and the pilot aerodrome of the Voronezh aircraft plant Pridacha, capable of taking heavy aircraft up to IL-96-400. In 1995 the Voronezh airport was the first in Chernozemye to receive the status of "international".

History

In the 1980s and before the collapse of the Soviet Union, the airport successfully served 1,100,000 passengers per year, in 2013 the airport served 355,000 passengers. Thus, the airport is loaded about 30% of the Soviet bandwidth. During the Soviet era, a 1,500-strong staff worked at the Voronezh airport. Currently, at the airport in Voronezh there are about four hundred people: rescuers, firefighters, technical personnel, staff of food and security services.

By the end of 2017 the passenger traffic of the airport was 607 thousand people. In comparison with the indicator of 2016 (433.8 thousand people) it grew by 40%.

Reconstruction

In 2008, the airport was rebuilt. The renovation plans included replacing the cover and extending the runway to 2600 m (an extension of more than 2,600 m is difficult, since the airport on the one hand borders the federal highway M4, and on the other with the ravine in front of the Voronezh reservoir), the replacement of perimeter fencing, water-drainage system , renovation of lighting equipment, reconstruction of the apron and taxiways, as well as the airport complex. Since 2010, after the completion of the main works on the runway, its technical characteristics allow to receive aircraft Boeing 737 and Airbus A320, the carrying capacity of which is close to the domestic Yak-42 operated airport even in the USSR. According to the statement of the Chairman of the Government of Russia V. Putin, the Voronezh air facility was included in the program of modernization of airports in central Russia in 2011-2012. At present, the reconstruction of the airfield complex of the second stage continues, which expands its capabilities to receive and service modern types of aircraft with greater passenger capacity and increased comfort. in 2015 the airfield accepts Boeing and Airbus aircraft.

 

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