The Belgorod scenario for X-Plane has been updated.

Belgorod Airport (IATA: EGO, ICAO: UUOB) is an international airport in the Belgorod region, serving Belgorod and other areas of the region adjacent to it. It is located in the Eastern District of Belgorod, 4 kilometers north of the city center, on Bogdan Khmelnitsky Avenue.

The airport mainly serves regional flights, and is also approved for international charter flights. According to the results of 2014, the airport's passenger traffic amounted to 396,932 people.

The founding day of the airport is considered to be August 30, 1954, when the order of the Deputy chief of the Main Directorate of the Air Fleet under the Council of Ministers of the USSR was issued, the Belgorod landing site began its transformation into a Class IV airport.

In 1954, the Po-2 unit (3 units) of the Kursk air squadron relocated to the northern outskirts of Belgorod. These planes transported cargo, mail, and medical personnel to the areas of the newly created Belgorod region. The staff (technicians, pilots) did not exceed 20-30 people.

In 1957, the Yak-12 aircraft entered service, capable of carrying 4 passengers or 350 kilograms of cargo. The planes were used for flights on the territory of the region. In 1959-1968, the fleet was built up at the expense of AN-2 and Yak-12 aircraft. Small airports are being created in the districts of the region. The company employs about 80-90 people.

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Timur and Egor from the DTC team have updated Omsk Airport!

Omsk-Tsentralny — Omsk International Airport. It is located 5 km southwest of the city center.

It is one of the thirty best Russian airports for the transportation of passengers, cargo and mail, is included in the list of 92 federal airfields necessary for the exercise of the powers of the Russian Federation. It is a joint—based airfield - in addition to civil aviation, the aviation of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation is based here.

Previously, it was planned that by the 300th anniversary of Omsk (2016), the construction of a new Omsk-Fedorovka airport outside the city territory would be completed, and Omsk-Tsentralny would be closed. However, the new governor of the Omsk region, Viktor Nazarov, announced the suspension of the construction of a new airport due to lack of funds and the modernization of the existing one.


Murmansk Airport has been updated for MSFS2020 to version 3.0.

Murmansk Airport (IATA: MMK, ICAO: ULMM) is an international airport of federal significance in the city of the same name. It is located 4 km southwest of the village of Murmashi, 24 km from the city center. Murmansk Aviation Company is based at the airport. It is one of the hub airports for Nordavia Airlines.


Voronezh Airport has been updated to version 3.0 for MSFS 2020.

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

It is the main asset of Aviaservice Management Company LLC.

In addition to the airport, the military airfield "Baltimore" and the experimental airfield of the Voronezh aircraft Factory "Pridacha", capable of receiving heavy aircraft up to IL-96-400, are located within the city of Voronezh. In 1995, Voronezh Airport was the first in the Chernozem region to receive the status of "international".


Saratov Airport (named after Yuri Alekseevich Gagarin) was updated for MSFS2020 to version 3.0.

Due to the need to close the existing Saratov-Tsentralny Airport for security reasons, in November 2007, the Ministry of Transport Development of the Saratov Region signed a contract to conduct survey work on the selection of a site for the construction of a new Saratov airport. As of March 2008, three sites were considered: Svintsovka (Saratov district), Saburovka, Radishchevo (Novoburassky district), at the fork of the Bazarny Karabulak — Volsk highway 50 km from Saratov). In the spring of 2008, a site in Saburovka was chosen.

On December 11, 2008, the Saratov Regional Duma considered the construction of the airport. The deadlines for the start of design work and construction have been confirmed. The issue with the purchase of land owned by farmers has been resolved.

In October 2009, a story was broadcast on Saratov Television confirming the construction dates of the new airport (until 2015).

At the end of June 2011, the Government of the Saratov region completed the purchase of land for the construction of the airfield.

The winner of the auction for the design of engineering infrastructure and communications was JSC "Volgomost".

On September 28, 2012, a tender was announced for the construction of the first stage of the airport in Saburovka.

On October 10, 2012, the ceremony of laying the foundation stone for the construction of a new airport in the village of Saburovka took place. According to Konstantin Makhov, Deputy head of the Federal Air Transport Agency, the airport in Saburovka will be ready in two or three years. It was assumed that the new airport, as well as the existing one, would have the name "Central".


There were complaints about the "washing board" of the Makhachkala runway for MSFS 2020. You can see something has arrived with updates...

Now everything is fixed, light has been added and the glasses have been corrected.

Makhachkala International Airport (Uytash) named after twice Hero of the Soviet Union Amet Khan Sultan is an international airport of federal significance of the city of Makhachkala, the capital of Dagestan; the main airport of the republic. Translated from kum. Uytash is a stone house.

The airport is located 4.5 km from the city of Kaspiysk and 16.2 km from the nearest residential district of Makhachkala.

Uytash Airport — first class, in addition to civil aviation, is used by the aviation of the FSB of the Russian Federation and the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation.

Dagestan Airlines was based at the airport until December 2011. Currently, the airline RusLine is based at the airport, operating flights to many destinations in Russia and abroad.


Updated Magas (URMS) for MSFS2020 to version 2.1.
Corrected ILS and heights at the ends of the runway. The objects were updated, the terminal lighting was added and the windows were replaced.
Magas Airport named after the first Hero of Russia, General S. S. Oskanov (Ingush. Magasa Airport) is a civil airport of federal significance of the capital of Ingushetia — the city of Magas, the only civil airport of the republic. Geographically located on the border of the urban district of the city of Sunzha and the Sunzhensky district of Ingushetia (Troitskoye rural settlement), between the city of Sunzha and the village of Troitskaya.


Magas Airport is located in the valley of the Sunzhi River, 30 km northeast of the capital of the Republic of Magas and the city of Nazran, on the western outskirts of the city of Sunzhi and two kilometers southwest of the Sleptsovskaya railway station. At the same time, Beslan Airport is located 22 km (by road) from Nazran and Magas.

Accepted types of aircraft

Magas Airport is capable of receiving all types of aircraft up to Boeing 737-800 and IL-76, which are located in four parking spaces, as well as helicopters of all types.


Vorkuta Airport has been updated. A version from Oleg Tronov is also posted.

Vorkuta (Komi Vorkuta) is a city in Russia, located in the north of the Komi Republic, on the western slopes of the Polar Urals, on the Vorkuta River. It is located beyond the Arctic Circle, in the permafrost zone. The third largest city beyond the Arctic Circle. The administrative center of the city district of the same name. The easternmost city in Europe.

The name of the city is given by the Vorkuta River (originally — Varkuta-yakha, which translates from the Nenets language as "a river teeming with bears" (nen. vark — brown bear).

The history of Vorkuta begins with the discovery of the Vorkuta coal deposit by geologist G. A. Chernov in August 1930. In 1937, construction of mine No. 1 "Kapitalnaya" began on the left bank of the Vorkuta River. By the decree of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the RSFSR of January 9, 1940, the village of the Kapital mine was transformed into the village of Vorkuta of the Bolshezemelsky district (the center is in the village of Hosedo—Hard) of the Nenets National District of the Arkhangelsk Region. In October 1942, Vorkuta was transferred to the Kozhvinsky district of the Komi ASSR[2].

On November 26, 1943, by Decree of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the RSFSR, the village of Vorkuta was granted the status of a city, after which it began to grow rapidly, reaching the 100-thousandth mark in terms of population in the late 1970s. After the collapse of the USSR and the crisis in the mining industry, many residents left the city, leaving for the southern regions of the country. The mine, the first settlement on the site of the current city and once a large urban area, is now completely abandoned.

The airfield is capable of receiving AN-12, AN-24, AN-26, IL-114, L-410, Tu-134, Yak-40, Yak-42, ATR 42, Bombardier CRJ 100/200, Embraer EMB 120 Brasilia, Embraer ERJ-145, Embraer E-190, Sukhoi Superjet 100 and increasingly lighter, helicopters of all types. Runway Classification Number (PCN) 18/R/B/X/T.

In addition to civil aviation, the FSB aviation of the Russian Federation is based at the airfield.



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