And we have one more news for you! :-) I hope we don’t frequent with them? The new terminal of Petrozavodsk opens its doors for you in two simulators at once! The update is already on the site!

The airfield is capable of receiving Il-76T aircraft (with partial load), Il-114, Tu-134, An-12, aircraft of 3-4 classes (An-24, Yak-40, Yak-42, ATR 42, Embraer EMB 120 Brasilia , SAAB 2000, Sukhoi Superjet 100 and all lighter, as well as helicopters of all types Runway Classification Number (PCN) 38 / R / A / X / T

Brief historical background of the Air Force base

Besovets is a co-based airfield and is designed to receive aircrafts of state and commercial aviation. An air base is based at the airfield, which is armed with Su-27 fighters. In 2016, rearmament began on the Su-35. The airbase was formed on the basis of the merger of the 159th Guards Novorossiysk Red Banner Order of Suvorov Fighter Aviation Regiment, the 177th Moscow Fighter Aviation Regiment and the 9th Guards Vilensky Fighter Regiment. The regiments were transferred from the Lodeynoye Pole and Kilpyavr airfields.

Since January 2016, regular passenger flights from the airport have been resumed.

Thanks for supporting the project to our great friend Andrey Podkholzin! He takes part not only helping financially and and does a lot for the development of airports and their more detailed study in the sim! Without it, we would not have been able to achieve more realism in what we do.


Well, here's another present! Timur and Egor from DTC Studio and I have made a script for Paro Airport for you!

Paro Airport is one of four airports in the Kingdom of Bhutan and has the only asphalt runway. Located six kilometers from the city of Paro at an altitude of more than two thousand meters in the narrow valley of the Paro River, the airport is surrounded by five-thousand-meter peaks, therefore it is considered one of the most difficult on the planet. In addition to Paro, there are three more airports in Bhutan - Yongphulla airport in Tashigang city, Barthpalathang airport in the immediate vicinity of Jakar city, and Gelephu. It is also planned to create a network of small airports throughout the country.

The national carrier Drukair operates from and is based in Paro. It operates flights to the following directions: Bagdogra (India), Bangkok, Delhi, Dhaka, Gaya, Kathmandu, Kolkata. Flights are operated by Airbus A319.

In 2010, the government of Bhutan allowed Nepalese Buddha Air to fly in Paro. The flights are operated on Beechcraft 1900 aircraft. Flights started on 23.08.2010.

Even on the approach to Paro airport, you understand: here it is, really the fabulous kingdom of Bhutan. Everything here is unusual: the fantastic beauty of the Himalayan landscapes around, 5000-meter mountains on all sides of the runway, and finally, the incredible height of the airport itself - 2200 meters above sea level. One of the most difficult airports in the world to land, Paro receives flights from only three airlines - two Bhutanese and one Nepalese. And this is only partly the policy of limiting mass tourism in Bhutan. The second reason is trivial: there are only eight pilots in the world who have passed certification for the most difficult landing at Paro airport.

Paro Airport is located 6 km from the city of Paro, located in the southwestern part of Bhutan. The location of the airport in a deep valley on the bank of the river is caused by the peculiarities of the relief of Bhutan - since the absolute part of the country's territory is occupied by high mountains, this is practically the only place in Bhutan suitable for receiving aircraft.

Only three airlines land at Paro airport. The national air carrier Druk Air operates regular flights to Thailand (Bangkok), India (Kolkata, Delhi, Bagdogra, Guwahati, Gaya), Nepal (Kathmandu), Singapore and Bangladesh (Dhaka) on Airbus A319 aircraft. It is interesting that, given the difficult location of the airport in the highlands, the liners are equipped with more powerful engines from the A320.

Tashi Air, a private Bhutanese airline, runs between Paro, Bangkok and Kolkata. The only foreign air carrier - Nepalese "Buddha Air" operates flights to Kathmandu.

Paro Airport is very modest in size, with one asphalt runway and one passenger terminal. There are only four check-in counters in the departure hall (it should be noted that there are no queues for them). There is also only one boarding gate.

An ordinary ladder is served to the landing aircraft, passengers go out onto the airfield and follow on foot to the terminal.

Due to the high complexity of takeoff and landing, Paro Airport operates only during daylight hours and with good visibility. Dispatchers receive and release aircraft solely on the basis of current meteorological conditions. Therefore, flight delays can range from 12 to 24 hours, which must be taken into account when planning connections.


We, on behalf of the entire X-Flight.SU team, would like to wish you a Happy New Year 2022! I wish you and your loved ones good health and prosperity! Happy New Year and Merry Christmas!

Well, what about without a gift ?!

We present to you the airport of the city of Tambov - Donskoe!

Donskoe - the airport of the city of Tambov. Located 10 km northeast of the city center.

Airport history:

1970 - Construction of a concrete runway, a road from the city to the airport, aircraft parking, a new terminal building began.
1971 - An-24 aircraft entered service (tail numbers: An-24B 46581, 47269, 47828, 47835; An-24RV 46519, 46657, 46691, 46848, 47800).
1974-1975s - the terminal building and the airport hotel were put into operation.
1980-1990s - there were regular flights to the airports of Moscow, Tula, Kaluga, Leningrad, Donetsk, Sverdlovsk, Simferopol, Kiev, Dnepropetrovsk, Odessa, Sochi, Nalchik, Ulyanovsk, Volgograd, Nizhnekamsk (with a landing in Kuibyshev), Belgorod , Kharkov, Chelyabinsk, Cheboksary.
1993 - Tambov Aviation Enterprise was renamed into Open Joint Stock Company "AVIATA".
With the collapse of the USSR, passenger and freight turnover fell sharply. Flights to Ukraine and Belarus were terminated due to their unprofitableness. In 1997, flights to the East, Sochi and Moscow were canceled. JSC "AVIATA" has been in the stage of bankruptcy since 1997. Many aviation specialists have been laid off or laid off.

In order to preserve the aviation enterprise and develop aviation in the Tambov region in 2003, the leadership of the Tambov region made a decision to create the Tambov regional state unitary enterprise "Airport Tambov". In 2008, TOGUP Airport Tambov was corporatized and transformed into an open joint-stock company Airport Tambov. Until December 2010, Region-Avia operated flights from the airport to Moscow on an Embraer EMB 120 Brasilia aircraft

In 2011, the airport was transferred from federal to regional ownership. On January 11, 2011, Ak Bars Aero began operating regular flights on the route Tambov (Donskoe) - Moscow (Vnukovo) on a Yak-40 aircraft.
Since January 1, 2012, Ak Bars Aero has suspended flights from Tambov due to the impossibility of further operation of the outdated Yak-40 aircraft used in this direction.
Since April 8, 2012, UTair Aviation has launched a weekly flight on the route Moscow (Vnukovo) - Tambov - Moscow on the An-24 aircraft. Flights are operated twice a day.
Since 2013, UTair Aviation has been operating a flight on the Moscow (Vnukovo) - Tambov - Moscow route on an ATR-72 aircraft. For information on flights, check the official websites.
Since June 14, 2014, UTair Aviation has been operating a flight on the Tambov - Sochi (Adler) - Tambov route on an ATR-72 plane weekly on Saturdays. Execution period until September 2014.
From January 8, 2017, RusLine Airlines JSC operates a flight on the route Moscow (Domodedovo) - Tambov - Moscow on a Bombardier CRJ-200 aircraft
From March 2018 JSC Air ambulance will appear in the Tambov region Helicopter Mi-8 of the Tambov region

You can fly to this airport by:

An-12, An-24/26/30/32, An-72/74, L-410, Tu-134, Il-114, Yak-40, Yak-42, ATR 42/72, Bombardier CRJ, Bombardier Dash 8, Embraer EMB-120, Embraer ERJ-145, Saab 340, Saab 2000, helicopters of all types. Runway Classification Number (PCN) 10 / R / C / W / T.


Dear friends! Egor and Timur from DTC Studios ( have updated the Novokuznetsk script! Guys are great fellows, and the update is already on the site! Update and together with them we wish you successful flights!

Well, some boring information about the airport:

Spichenkovo ​​Airport is an international airport of federal significance in the city of Novokuznetsk. Located in the Prokopyevsky 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 Luchshevo and the village of Kalachevo in the Prokopyevsky 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, bar, canteen, a hotel with 97 seats, a hall for serving 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 teams and placing their property on the balance sheet of the West Siberian Directorate of the Civil Air Fleet (GVF). Abagur airfield was chosen as the base. The first commander was appointed Mikhail Fedorovich Muravyov. The order of appointment was signed by the head of the West Siberian Directorate of the Civil Air Fleet, Lieutenant Colonel N. N. Bykov, later Lieutenant General, Deputy Minister of Civil Aviation.

The unification of disparate aviation teams into one enterprise had a beneficial effect on the development of aviation in the south of the Kuzbass region. To replace the legendary Po-2 aircraft, the first An-2 aircraft was received in January 1953. From 1952 to 1967, the Novokuznetsk State Aviation Enterprise operated Yak-12, An-2 aircraft, K-15, Mi-1, Mi-4 helicopters.

In March 1954, the 184th squadron was organized from all squadrons located in the Novokuznetsk region, and from January 18, 1955, Aleksandr Ivanovich Sofronov was appointed to the post of commander of the 184th flight squadron. With the beginning of the operation of the An-2, Yak-12 aircraft and the Mi-1, Mi-4 helicopters, the size of the squadron increased, and by the end of 1956 it already numbered 172 people. Together with the number and technical fleet, the volume of work performed on servicing and transporting passengers and meeting the needs of the national economy grew. New flights were opened to Novosibirsk, Kemerovo, Tomsk and other settlements.

September 25, 2018 Kemerovo Regional Council decided to assign the name of Boris Volynov to Novokuznetsk-Spichenkovo ​​airport


And now winter has come! Who liked yesterday's snow in the Central Federal District and the Northwestern Federal District ?! :-) Today is the tinsmith's day! :-)

Well, I have two news! Airports of Kazan and Zhukovsky have been renewed!

Kazan Airport (Tat. Kazan airports, Kazan; IATA: KZN, ICAO: UWKD) is an international airport of federal significance in the city of Kazan, the capital of the Republic of Tatarstan. Located 26 kilometers south-east of the city near the village of Stolbishe in the Laishevsky district of Tatarstan.

Serves flights within Russia, neighboring countries, as well as to Turkey, Finland, UAE, Thailand, Greece, Spain and other countries. At the end of 2015, the airport's passenger traffic amounted to 1,794,735 people. people, which makes it the 17th busiest airport in Russia.

In 2015, the airport for the second time was recognized as the "Best Regional Airport in Russia and the CIS", and also received 4 stars according to Skytrax. This is the first airport in Russia to be awarded the four-star status.

Kazan Airport is the base for the airline UVT Aero and the Kazan airline.

Zhukovsky Airport (IATA: ZIA, ICAO: UUBW) is an international airport of the Moscow region of federal significance. Located at the Ramenskoye airfield (experimental (test) airfield of the Gromov Flight Research Institute), in the area of ​​the Moscow aviation hub. It is located in the city of Zhukovsky, 3 km south-west of the 42 km railway platform, 36 kilometers (public roads) from the center of Moscow.

The Ramenskoye airfield is used for test flights and the Russian Emergencies Ministry, and before the opening of Zhukovsky airport, it was used by civil aviation as an international cargo airport. It has the second longest (among civilian airports and airfields) runway in the world with a length of 5.4 km.

The International Aviation and Space Salon (MAKS) is held at the airport on odd-numbered years, and from 2010 onwards, in even-numbered years, the International Forum “Technologies in Mechanical Engineering” is held.

After the reconstruction of 2014-2016, the official opening of the international airport "Zhukovsky" took place on May 30, 2016. The declared capacity of the first stage of the new air harbor is 4 million passengers annually.


Good morning friends! Simferopol has been updated for MSFS 2020 to version 2.2. The update affected both the objects in the script and a large number of changes in the layout and layout at the airport itself. The update is already available on the download site.

Simferopol Airport (Rosaviatsia code - URFF, IATA: SIP) is an international airport in the city of Simferopol in Crimea. The old, now defunct terminal was located 12 km north-west of the city center, in the village of Aeroflotsky. The new terminal, operating from April 16, 2018, is located another 2.5 km to the north-west, in the village of Ukromnoye.

Since March 2014, the airport has been serving only Russian flights. Other official international flights are not operated due to the sanctions imposed after the annexation of Crimea to Russia and the controversial legal status of the peninsula.

In 2017, the airport served 5.13 million passengers and thus ranks 7th among Russian airports or 2nd place among Ukrainian airports for this indicator.

Near Simferopol there is also the Zavodskoye airport of local air lines, as well as the Gvardeyskoye naval aviation base.


Dear friends! We have released another masterpiece! We present to your attention JSC "Airport Ulyanovsk", International Airport Ulyanovsk (Baratayevka) for MSFS2020!

Baratayevka is a federal civil airport. By the order of the Governor of the Ulyanovsk region No. 111-pr dated February 25, 2011, the airport was named after Nikolai Mikhailovich Karamzin. Located 9 km south-west of the city center of Ulyanovsk, 3 km south of the village of Baratayevka (part of the city).

The official name of the airport at the federal level is "Ulyanovsk (Baratayevka)".

The airfield "Ulyanovsk (Baratayevka)" belongs to the class "A". In the State Register of Airports of the Russian Federation, the certificate number is FAVT А.02320.

Ulyanovsk also has an international airport "Ulyanovsk-Vostochny", which is the flight test base of the largest Russian aviation-industrial complex "Aviastar" and an airport mainly for charter cargo and passenger traffic.


Happy Friday friends! Any plans for the weekend? And we drew them for you!!!: -) Attention! The ports of Koltsovo (Yekaterinburg) and Sheremetyevo have been updated! Updates for X-Plane are already on the site!

Koltsovo Airport (IATA: SVX, ICAO: USSS) is the international airport of Yekaterinburg, located in the Koltsovo microdistrict of the Oktyabrsky district, which is 16 kilometers southeast of the city center. It serves both Yekaterinburg itself and the adjacent areas of the Sverdlovsk region. It has the status of an airport of federal significance.

The airport is the sixth in Russia in terms of annual passenger traffic after three Moscow, St. Petersburg and Simferopol airports. So in 2015, Koltsovo Airport served more than 4.2 million people. The cargo flow of the airport for the same year exceeded 3.5 thousand tons.

The airport is the sixth in Russia in terms of annual passenger traffic after three Moscow, St. Petersburg and Simferopol airports. So in 2015, Koltsovo Airport served more than 4.2 million people. The cargo flow of the airport for the same year exceeded 3.5 thousand tons.

The airport has the main technical base and headquarters of the Russian airline Ural Airlines, for which Koltsovo is also the main hub. The airport is also a hub for the regional airline RusLine.

Sheremetyevo Airport (IATA: SVO, ICAO: UUEE) is an international airport of federal significance, one of the four main airports in Moscow and the Moscow region, the first in Russia in terms of passenger traffic, is also one of the twenty largest airports in Europe.

It is located northwest of Moscow, in the urban district of Khimki, Moscow Region, between the cities of Khimki and Lobnya. The distance from the Moscow Ring Road along Leningradskoye Shosse to terminals "A" and "C" is 13 km, to terminals "D," "E" and "F" - 9 km.

Sheremetyevo Airport includes five passenger terminals: A (business aviation terminal), C, D, E, F (formerly Sheremetyevo-2) and the Sheremetyevo-cargo terminal.

Terminal operator company "C," "D," "E" and "F" - JSC "Sheremetyevo International Airport." Terminal A belongs to a subsidiary of Sheremetyevo Airport - Avia Group. The composition of the shareholders of this company: 83.04% belongs to the state, minority stakes at Aeroflot, Vnesheconombank and VTB Bank.



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