Well! Here is the new scene!

After a series of updates of ready-made scenes, we are pleased to present you our new script - SALEHARD!

Salekhard (IATA: SLY, ICAO: USDD) is a federal airport in the district center of the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug of Russia, located 7 km north of Salekhard. This is a civil airfield serving medium-sized passenger liners.

The airport has one runway and a heliport. It is also used as an emergency airfield for commercial trans-polar flights.

The city as an administrative-territorial unit of the YNAO has the status of a city of district significance. Within the framework of local self-government, it is an urban district with the administrative center the city of Salekhard. The composition of the municipality includes the settlement of the village of Pelvozh, which is not a municipality.

Local self-government bodies of Salekhard are:

City Duma of the municipal formation Salekhard city - City Duma - an elected representative body of the municipal formation;
The head of the municipal formation - the Head of the city of Salekhard (Head of the city) - the elected highest official of the municipal formation;
Salekhard city administration - executive and administrative body;
The Chamber of Control and Accounts of Salekhard is the control and accounting body of the municipality.

The city is located on the Poluy Upland of the West Siberian Plain at the confluence of the Poluy River with the Ob, 2436 km from Moscow. It is the only city in the world located directly on the Arctic Circle. The nearest railway station - Labytnangi - is located 16 km from Salekhard, on the opposite bank of the Ob.

Timezone

Salekhard is located in the MSK+2 time zone. The applicable time offset from UTC is +5:00. In accordance with the applied time and geographic longitude, the average solar noon in Salekhard occurs at 12:33.

22.06.2022

And here's another update! This time Novokuznetsk for msfs2020!

In update:

- cleaned up the texture of the photo substrate
- redesigned and updated 3D objects, lighting and glazing;
- Improved airport navigation;
- there were complaints about the "bumps" of the platform. Now everything is smooth - the height of the airport and the runway profile are adjusted to the latest Jeppesen data.

Well, a bit of officialdom.

Spichenkovo ​​Airport is an international airport of federal significance in the city of Novokuznetsk. It is located in the Prokopyevsk district, twenty kilometers west of the center of Novokuznetsk. The airport is adjacent to the villages of Krasny Uglekop and Spichenkovo, which are part of the Zenkovsky district of the city of Prokopyevsk, the village of Luchchevo and the village of Kalachevo in the Prokopevsky district of the Kemerovo region.

The airport complex includes an air terminal and an in-flight catering workshop, designed to serve two hundred passengers per hour, as well as a restaurant, a bar, a canteen, a hotel for 97 people, a hall for servicing first and business class passengers, a guarded parking lot, a mother and child room.

Novokuznetsk Aviation Enterprise was founded on August 17, 1952 by merging several departmental aviation collectives and putting their property on the balance sheet of the West Siberian Directorate of the Civil Air Fleet (GVF). The Abagur airfield was chosen as the base location. Muravyov Mikhail Fedorovich was appointed the first commander. The appointment order was signed by the head of the West Siberian Directorate of the Civil Air Fleet, Lieutenant Colonel Bykov N.N., later Lieutenant General, Deputy Minister of Civil Aviation.

22.06.2022

Updated to version 4 Airport of Izhevsk.

Izhevsk Airport (IATA: IJK, ICAO: USII) is the airport of the city of the same name, the capital of Udmurtia. It is located 15 kilometers east of the city center between the villages of Staroe Martyanovo and Novoe Martyanovo in the Zavyalovsky district of the republic. It has the status of a federal airport. Serves only domestic passenger and cargo flights.

The operator and owner of the airfield is the Izhavia airline. In 2014, the passenger traffic of the airport amounted to 254,918 people.

The Pirogovo sports airfield is also located near Izhevsk, together with which the Izhevsk airport is the only operating civil airport in Udmurtia.


Friends! Suddenly! In the middle of the working week, we decided to please you and publish our new script! This time it is a small Arkhangelsk airport - Mezen!

Mezen Airport is located 3 km from the center of Mezen in the Arkhangelsk Region, 45 km from the White Sea and 450 km from the city of Arkhangelsk. The officially operating airport is used to communicate with the regional center, as well as with such settlements of the Arkhangelsk region as Ruchy, Koyda, Dolgoshchelye and Safonovo. Flights are operated by JSC "2nd Arkhangelsk United Air Group". Types of accepted aircraft - An-24, An-26, Yak-40 and lighter, as well as helicopters of all types.

We hope you enjoy it very much!

Well, I would like to thank Innokenty Mikhailov for his support! Thank you very much for your support! It would be very difficult without you!

18.05.2022

Well! We do not rest and have prepared for you the renewal of the Nalchik airport! Okay update, MSFS2020 version is now available! This is a new scenario! And we are great! We did it! :-)

The Nalchik airport was organized in 1945 on the basis of the Osoaviakhim airfield. A land plot of 140 hectares, a small storage facility and a shed - Nalchik Airport began from such a base. In 1975, the construction of the runway began. At the same time, flights to Rostov, Voronezh, Moscow, and Grozny were operated from Nalchik Airport on An-24 and Yak-40 aircraft. In October 1976, V. Solovey was appointed commander of the Nalchik OJSC. In the first quarter of 1977, work was completed to lengthen the runway to receive Tu-124, Tu-134, Il-18, An-12, Yak-42 aircraft, and in connection with the repair of the runway at Mineralnye Vody airport, part of the flights from there were transferred to the airport Nalchik. In 1978, 137 thousand passengers were sent from the Nalchik airport. In 1991, Nalchik Airport had regular routes to the cities: Moscow, Odessa, Lvov, Rostov-on-Don, Volgograd, Astrakhan, Voronezh, Mary, Tbilisi, Saratov, Gorky, Donetsk, Lipetsk, Tambov, Ashkhabad, Aktyubinsk, Kustanai, Krasnodar, Simferopol, Guryev, Shevchenko, Kuibyshev, Elista, Balakovo, Nebit-Dag, Kyiv, Kharkov. In 1992, in connection with the economic transformations in the country and their negative consequences, flights on the An-24, Yak-40 aircraft for the carriage of passengers practically ceased, began to decline sharply, and given these circumstances and the provisions put forward in the resolution of the Council of Ministers of the Russian Federation in the development of Kabardino -Balkaria as a resort of all-Russian significance, one of the points of which spoke about the allocation of three Yak-42 aircraft for the Nalchik airport, the commander of JSC Metov H.T. decided to retrain seven crews for the Yak-42 aircraft at the Training Center of the Training Center. At the same time, ITS was retrained, and the ground technical base for the operation of Yak-42 aircraft began to be equipped. In June 2002, FSUE "Elbrus-Avia" was formed. As of 01.01.2008 FSUE "Elbrus-Avia" had the following aircraft: - Yak-42 aircraft - 3 units. (2 - own, 1 - on lease); - Yak-40 aircraft - 3 units. (own); - Mi-8T helicopters - 3 units. (own); - Mi-8 MTV-1 helicopters - 2 units. (own); - Mi-2 helicopters - 22 units. (own). On May 14, 2013, the Federal State Unitary Enterprise "Elbrus-Avia" ceased its economic activity. Since May 15, 2013, Aerocomplex LLC has been the main operator of Nalchik International Airport. The airline has a valid certificate No. 056 A-M for the Nalchik airfield (issued by the Interstate Aviation Committee), certifying that the airfield meets certification requirements and is suitable for international flights. Today, Nalchik International Airport receives and services Yak-40, Yak-42, An-24, An-26, An-12, IL-18, TU-134, CRJ 100-200, B 737-300, B 737-400 aircraft , B 737-500, B 737-700, B 737-800, A-319, A-320, SSJ-100 and helicopters of all types.

Happy May holidays! Rest at the helm is not even a bad rest, as in our opinion! Love the sky! Thank you!


Well, since Bovanenkovo ​​has been updated, it's time to offer you something new! And we have something to offer! We made Sabetta Airport! He's from there! From Yamal!

Sabetta is an international airport of federal significance on the Yamal Peninsula off the coast of the Gulf of Ob near the shift camp of the same name in the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug of Russia.

The operator of the airport is Sabetta International Airport LLC. The airport is a strategic facility for the implementation of the large-scale Yamal LNG project.

The airport complex includes an airfield that meets the requirements of ICAO category I, a runway measuring 2,704 × 46 m, an aircraft hangar, and an air terminal with a capacity of 200 passengers per hour, including the international sector for 50 passengers per hour.

The airport is able to receive Il-76 aircraft, A-320, Boeing-737, Boeing 767-200, Sukhoi Superjet 100 and lighter aircraft, as well as helicopters of all types. On January 22, 2017, the largest serial cargo aircraft in the world An-124 Ruslan landed at the Sabetta airport.

08.04.2022

Looking for a place to fly for the weekend? And we came up with it and made it! Bovanenkovo ​​Airport is now available for MSFS2020!

Bovanenkovo ​​(ICAO: USDB) is an airport on the Yamal Peninsula near the Bovanenkovo ​​shift camp in the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug of Russia. The airport has one runway and a heliport. The owner and operator is Gazprom Avia LLC. The airport is of strategic importance for the development of the Bovanenkovo ​​field. The airport is located in the northwestern part of the Yamal Peninsula, 40 km from the coast of the Kara Sea near the shift camp Bovanenkovo, 399 km northwest of the village. Yar Sale. administratively part of the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug of Russia.

08.04.2022

And we have a present for you! We made Barnaul airport! It was born painfully long, we tried very hard to pay attention to small details, which, we hope, will please you as well! And we made it! The airport is already on the web site!

Barnaul International Airport named after German Stepanovich Titov (sometimes Mikhailovka Airport) is a class B airport [2], located 17 km west of the city center of Barnaul in the Altai Territory along the Pavlovsky tract. Administratively, the airport is part of Barnaul. It is a federal airport. The second operating airport (small aviation airport) in the Altai Territory is located in the resort town of Belokurikha.

The airport appeared in 1937 when an aviation division was created, the first aircraft based at the Barnaul airfield were Po-2s. During the period of preparation for the war with Japan, the 401st Air Defense Fighter Aviation Regiment from the 297th IAD was based on La-7 aircraft at the airfield from July 1945. The regiment was relocated from the Leningrad Air Defense Army by a railway echelon and without materiel. The regiment received aircraft already here, at the Barnaul airfield. With the outbreak of war, the regiment was relocated to field airfields in Mongolia. After the end of the war, the regiment returned to the airfield, and on February 13, 1947, it was relocated to the Domna airfield.
On March 12, 1967, to the west of the city, a new modern airport complex was put into operation with a 2000 × 50 m stranded concrete runway, taxiways, an apron, a hotel and all the necessary office space. In the same year, direct communication with Moscow was opened.
On January 2, 1975, after the runway was lengthened from 2000 to 2500 m, the airport began to receive Tu-154s.
In 1995 it was given the status of an international airport.
In 1998, the airport runway was modernized, work was carried out to lengthen it up to 2850 m, which allowed Barnaul Airport to receive aircraft of almost all existing types.
On June 26, 2008, a new arrivals sector was opened with a capacity of 500 people per hour.
On May 27, 2010, at the session of the Altai Territory Legislative Assembly, a resolution was adopted to name Barnaul Airport after German Stepanovich Titov.
It is planned to build an international sector with an area of ​​7000 m² and lengthen the runway, which will allow to receive all types of aircraft without restrictions.
At the moment, funds have been allocated for the modernization of the port, and in 2023 a large construction of a new terminal will begin, which will also appear with us later. The director of the airport, giving an interview to the media, said that soon there will be a car check-in and comfortable waiting areas. Well then! We'll see!

Thank you for your support, as always, I want to say to Evgeny Listratov and once again say that we love and appreciate you all! Thank you for being with us! Take care of yourself!

29.03.2022

 

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