VORKUTA

 

ICAO: UUYW

Vorkuta Airport (Russian: Аэропорт Воркута) (IATA: VKT, ICAO: UUYW) is a small airport in the Komi Republic, Russia located 3 km west of Vorkuta. It services small airliners. The pavement length is 2200 meters; however, it is shortened 300 m due to a displaced threshold.

 

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Novy Urengoy

 

ICAO: USMU

Novy Urengoy Airport (IATA: NUX, ICAO: USMU) is an airport in Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug, Russia located 4 km southwest of Novy Urengoy. It handles medium-sized airliners. The airport contains ample tarmac space and is well-maintained.

 

 

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UKHTA

 

ICAO: UUYH

Ukhta Airport (also referred to as Ust Ukhta) (IATA: UCT, ICAO: UUYH) is a civilian airport in Russia located 5 km east of Ukhta (near Sosnogorsk). It services medium-sized airliners.

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BOVANENKOVO

 

ICAO: USDB

Bovanenkovo ​​(ICAO: USDB) is an airport on the Yamal near the Bovanenkovo ​​shift camp in the Yamal-Nenets Autonomous District of Russia. The airport has one runway and heliport. The owner and operator is OOO Gazprom Avia. The airport is of strategic importance for the development of the Bovanenkovskoye field. The airport is located in the northwestern part of the Yamal, 40 km from the coast of the Kara Sea near the Bovanenkovo ​​shift camp, 399 km north-west of the village.

History

The Bovanenkovskoye field was officially put into operation on October 23, 2012. On October 16, 2012, the first passenger airplane Tu-154M of Gazpromavia, which flew the Vnukovo-Roshchino-Bovanenkovo ​​route, landed at the airport.

In 2012, the airport was included in the State Register of Civil Aerodromes of the Russian Federation.

At the aerodrome there is one runway with artificial cover. Currently, there are 9 parking spaces on the platform. There is an expansion of the apron.

Bovanenkovo ​​Airport provides a full range of airport and ground services.

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Naryan-Mar

 

ICAO: ULAM

Naryan-Mar (nen. Naryana mar, “Red City”) is a city in Russia, the administrative center and the only city in the Nenets Autonomous State Area. The city is located beyond the Arctic Circle, located in the lower reaches of the Pechora River, 110 km from the Barents Sea.

The distance from Moscow to Naryan-Mar is 1501 km, from Arkhangelsk to Naryan-Mar - 660 km. The nearest railway station - Usinsk - is located at a distance of 350 km, you can get to it by land only by winter road (winter road). In the summer, passenger boats run from Naryan-Mar to Ust-Tsilma.

It emerged as the village of Beloshchelye, named for its location in the tract Beloshchelye, where the gap is “a steep river terrace, a narrow valley, a steep ravine”. In 1929, the construction of a sawmill was started in this tract, and the settlement that arose at the plant was officially called "a working village at the Komiles sawmill No. 51 named after Dzerzhinsky", and in short - "a village named after Dzerzhinsky", in memory of the Soviet party and statesman F. E Dzerzhinsky. In 1933, the village was renamed into a working village with the ideologically “correct” name Naryan-Mar - “red city” (Nenets Naryan - “red”, Mar - “city”); since 1935 - a city with the same name.

The city of Naryan-Mar is the center of the Nenets Autonomous Okrug, within the administrative-territorial structure of which it has the status of a city of district significance.

In the framework of the municipal structure, it forms a municipal entity in the urban district of the city of Naryan-Mar with the only settlement in its composition. Earlier, the city district included the Yokusha village, which was abolished in 2015.

Naryan-Mar is a federal airport of the city of the same name in the Nenets Autonomous Okrug. The operator of the airport is the open joint-stock company Naryan-Mar United Squadron.

It is a joint airfield. Belongs to the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation. The civil sector owns the apron, taxiways, parking lots. Class B airfield is equipped with a landing system of category II and III from both directions and light-signaling equipment. The classification number of runways (PCN) is 17 / R / B / X / T .. In addition to the main runway from reinforced concrete slabs, there are two intersecting unpaved runways for An-2 aircraft and helipads.

The beginning of the development of civil aviation in the Nenets okrug can be considered 1933, when the pilot Pravilov Mikhail Pavlovich was sent to the village of Beloshchelye with the task of ensuring the reception of aircraft and creating an airfield. Under his leadership, on the ice of the Pechora River, a flat platform was selected and the simplest oil heating oil was equipped for refueling aircraft. After that, in January 1933, the first flights on Steel-2 aircraft began in Naryan-Mar. The construction of the first land airport in Naryan-Mar began in 1940 by the method of public construction. Subbotniks, Sundays were held, everyone expected that in the forty-first year funds would be allocated to continue work. The war began, and the construction of the airfield became the main strategic task. It was the construction site number 1 in the Nenets okrug, it became a nation-wide affair for the residents of the city. Researchers call the first secretary of the Nenets district committee of the CPSU and the city committee of the CPSU (b) Serafim Kuzin the initiator of the completion of the airfield. The construction manager is V.N. Andreev. The land airfield Naryan-Mar began to operate in October 1941, it then belonged to the 772nd air base of the White Sea military flotilla. At this time, aircraft from Naryan-Mar and Amderma carried out reconnaissance flights in the Arctic. The 900-meter runway was built 1200 meters from the district House of Soviets. In July 1943, a new phase of completion of the airfield began. The modernization of the airfield was accelerated. The airfield was drained, drainage ditches with a length of about 2000 m were laid, a wetland was partially filled with sand, a wooden fence of the airfield with a length of 2000 m was made, a command post (dugout) and a wood-earth shelter for one aircraft were built. In 1950, four lodges were built at the airport for the services of the squadron, and after a large flood in 1952, the houses of the transportation department, hotels, an 8-apartment building and a shelter (teplyak) were additionally built to repair the equipment. In December 1952, the first An-2 aircraft (tail number 41995) landed at Naryan-Mar airport. In 1955, the first P-10 radar arrived at the airport, with it you could see and hear all the planes within a radius of 50-60 km. In 1956, a hydraulic variant of the An-2 - An-2V aircraft appeared in the squadron. A special pier made of logs and beams was built on the hydro-lake at the airport. The modern airfield was built by the USSR Ministry of Defense in the late 1960s as a jumping airfield for military aviation in the Arctic. At the very beginning of its history, the runway with a course of 63 degrees from the city and 243 degrees from the tundra was covered with American steel stripes. Then the runway was covered with domestic steel plates K-1D

 

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Norilsk

 

ICAO: UOOO

Airport Norilsk or Norilsk Airport named after Nikolai Urvantsev, on maps Alykel - an airport located in the north of the Krasnoyarsk Territory (south of the Taimyr Peninsula) thirty-five kilometers west of the center of Norilsk. It has the status of an internal airport, is a joint airfield with state aviation. Equated to international conditions (intersection of airways: 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 including shipping along the Yenisei River and the Northern Sea Route. Connected to Dudinka and Norilsk by road.

The airport is often closed due to adverse weather conditions: strong crosswind, snow drifts, icing of the runway, limited visibility, in the summer due to fog.

In 2016, according to the federal program, it was planned to close the airport for runway repairs 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 telescopic gangways of a pedestal type, which are not suitable for all types of aircraft, as they are not adjustable in height.

The long runway is associated with the fact that Norilsk Airport is a joint-based air hub - here take-off, landing and maintenance of civil and military aircraft take place. After reconstruction, the runway received the second category of ICAO.

Near Norilsk there is also an airport for local air lines Valyok (UOOV index).

Incidents

On November 16, 1981, a Tu-154B-2 USSR-85480 plane crashed while landing at Alykel Airport in difficult weather conditions (the height of the lower boundary of the clouds is 120 m, visibility is 1200 m): the aircraft landed hard at a vertical speed of 4-5 m / s at a speed of 275 km / h at 470 m from the runway to a snowy field. At 430 m from the end of the runway, the aircraft hit the stone embankment of the directional radio beacon eight meters high with the right side of the fuselage and the right plane and collapsed from the impact. The scatter of debris was 300x70 meters. Ninety-five passengers (of whom 16 died in hospitals over the next week) and four crew members (FAC, co-pilot, navigator and flight attendant) were killed. Sixty-five passengers and three crew members were injured of varying severity.

On June 22, 1992, the An-12 RA-11896 plane crashed while landing at Alykel Airport in difficult weather conditions (the height of the lower boundary of the clouds is 100 m). The plane deviated from the glide path, with an untimely attempt to escape to the second circle by deviating the elevator, the aircraft was brought to supercritical (16 °) angles of attack and fell to the left plane from a height of 7-10 m, after which it touched the left plane with a glancing angle of 22-25 ° surface of the runway and landed on the runway to the left of the center line on the left landing gear. Having moved along the runway for about 60 m, the plane separated from the runway during takeoff operation of engines with a pitch angle of 14 ° and moved to climb with a vertical speed of 7 m / s. At an altitude of 55 m, the aircraft again reached supercritical angles of attack, and a second stall occurred. The actions taken by the crew to counter the stall were ineffective. The plane 605 m to the right of the runway and 1332 m from its end collided with the ground with a right bank of 45 °, an instrument speed of 200 km / h and a vertical speed of 11 m / s with a significant pitch angle. Ten people died, two survived.

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Nadym

 

ICAO: USMM

Nadym (IATA: NYM, ICAO: USMM) is an airport in the city of the same name in the Yamal-Nenets Autonomous Okrug of Russia, located 9 km southeast of Nadym. Serves large passenger liners.

Nadym is a city in the Yamal-Nenets Autonomous District of Russia, the administrative center of the Nadym region.

The city of Nadym with the status of an urban settlement formed the municipality as the only settlement in its composition. In 2020, the settlement was abolished in connection with the transformation of the municipal district into a municipal district.

The city is located on the left bank of the Nadym River, 290 km from Salekhard.

Nadym airport is one of the oldest airports in Russia. Its history begins back in 1969. Now he accepts all types of aircraft, including heavy airliners. Nadym Aviation Enterprise OJSC was established on the basis of the Nadym Aviation Enterprise Federal State Unitary Enterprise - the last of the federal state unitary enterprises of the Tyumen Region on February 1, 2006.

The main activities of the airport are:

- services for the reception and release of aircraft;
- the provision of airport and ground services for aircraft maintenance;
- engineering and aircraft maintenance of aircraft;
- sale of air transportation;

Accepted Aircraft

An-12, An-24, An-26, An-28, An-30, An-72, An-74, An-140, An-148, Il-76, Tu-134, Tu-154, Yak- 40, Yak-42, L-410, Airbus A319, Airbus A320, ATR 42, Boeing 737, Bombardier CRJ 100/200, Embraer EMB 120 Brasilia, Embraer ERJ-145, Embraer E-190, Sukhoi Superjet 100 and more lightweight, helicopters of all types.

Runway classification number (PCN) 86 / R / A / X / T.

 

 

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