A small update has been released - MSFS Novosibirsk (Tolmachevo) version 3.1.
The bumps on the runway that appeared after the next MSFS patch have been removed.


Well, we have caught up with the Chinese New Year in this 2023 :-) A small but important gift, at the request of the Russian Division of the IWAO, we have prepared for you - Chara Airport is now available for MSFS2020!

Chara Regional Airport is located 2 km northeast of the village of Chara in the Trans-Baikal Territory. The airport is open only during daylight hours. The airport is located on the outskirts of the village, within walking distance from the center. A bus runs along the next street at intervals of 1-1.5 hours to the village and the New Chara station on BAM.

Once the village of Chara was the center of the Trans-Baikal Gulag, around which there were penal camps on all sides,
and even with poetic names - Cinelga, Sulban... Even then our airport was in demand, prisoners
and special settlers were brought here from Chita by small planes. 62 "Douglas" were involved in this operation.
The runway was prepared by geologists who found uranium and copper deposits in these places. According to their memories, there were moments
when planes lined up in a heavenly queue, because they did not have time to escort prisoners on earth…
There is information that captured Junkers (Ju-52) were also used for cargo transportation. Some of them
landed on Lake Leprindo in winter, from where winter roads went to Chara and to the camp sites of Borlag.
The strip of the airport "Chara" has dimensions of 1800 x 35 meters. The airport's airfield has the ability to withstand
a load of up to 26 tons.
The first thing that passengers who arrive by plane at Chara Airport see is high Alpine-type mountains.
This is the Kodar Ridge. Translated from Evenk, "kodar" means "wall". Above the Charskaya Valley (approximately 650 m above sea level)
the ridge practically without foothills takes off at once by more than 2 km. The highest point of Kodar is BAM Peak (3073m).
Because of such a sharp and large elevation difference, Kodar is sometimes called "little Himalayas"
, the airport is ready to accept the following types of aircraft: An-12, AN-24, An-26, An-28, An-30, L-410, Yak-40 and others .
types of aircraft of 3-4 classes, helicopters of all types.

The main (regular) flights are now operated by Angara - AN-24/26 and Aeroservice on L-410. For a while, Mi-2 was seen there in camouflage. Recently, a private Yak-40 without livery has also been seen in ap Chara.


Well, here's another gift! The guys from DTC Studio (Timur and Egor), together with Philip Khromov, completely rebuilt Novosibirsk! Now the port of 2023 is available for you! The guys are great fellows! The work was hard and went on for almost a year! But they did it! We ask you to love and favor! You guys are great fellows!!! We are proud of you! Keep it up !
Tolmachevo Airport named after A. I. Pokryshkin (IATA: OVB, ICAO: UNNT) is the international airport of Novosibirsk. The largest passenger traffic outside the Urals. The airport is located at the intersection of a large number of air lines going from Southeast Asia to Europe and from North America to India and Asia.

The airport is a hub for S7 Airlines.

The airport uses the state airfield, which is under the administration of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation, the 562nd air base of the Army Aviation II category (562nd AvB AA) of the Air Force. Joint basing of FSB aviation and S7 Airlines aircraft is allowed at the airfield, as well as its joint use by other airlines. The senior aviation chief of the airfield is the commander of the 562nd AvB AA (v/ h 12739), and the main operator of the airfield is JSC Tolmachevo Airport.

The airport is connected with many major cities of Russia and CIS countries by regular passenger flights, as well as with the UAE, Turkey, Tunisia, Bulgaria, Germany, Spain, Italy, India, Indonesia, Japan, China, South Korea, the Czech Republic, Greece, Cyprus, Vietnam and Thailand. Cargo planes also make an intermediate landing in Tolmachevo when flying between East Asia and Europe. Intermediate landing allows you to take on board less fuel and increase the payload.

Tolmachevo is located on the outskirts of the city of Ob, 17 km from the center of Novosibirsk, and is connected to it by buses and minibuses. 1 km from the airport there is a stop platform "Aeroflot" suburban electric trains on the Trans-Siberian Railway. Since October 2014, a connecting bus has been introduced from the Ob station to the airport with reference to the schedule of electric trains.

Tolmachevo Airport has an IATA platinum certificate confirming 100% implementation of innovative technology to simplify airport formalities BCBP, Tolmachevo is the fourth airport in Russia after Domodedovo, Sheremetyevo and Pulkovo, which has fully implemented BCBP technology (encoding boarding passes using two—dimensional barcodes — Bar coded boarding passes).


Yaroslavl International Airport (Tunoshna) is the airport of Yaroslavl ready for X-Plane and MSFS2020! :-) 

Yaroslavl International Airport (Tunoshna) is the airport of Yaroslavl, the center of the Yaroslavl region. It is an airport of federal significance. It is located in the Tunoshenskoye rural settlement of the Yaroslavl municipal district of the Yaroslavl region, 2 km northeast of the village of Tunoshna, 17 km southeast of the city center of Yaroslavl, 51 km southwest of the city center of Kostroma, near the federal highway M8 "Kholmogory".

It is located in close proximity to the Volga River and from the federal highway M8 Moscow — Kholmogory (on the Yaroslavl — Kostroma section). Bus 183a runs to the airport from Yaroslavl.

The closest airfield to the Moscow aviation hub is category B (ICAO: I, 4E).

According to the "Strategy of Socio-economic Development of the Central Federal District for the period up to 2020", approved by the Decree of the Government of the Russian Federation No. 1540-r dated September 6, 2011 (as amended on 12/26/2014), it is indicated that a large transport and logistics complex for servicing aviation, railway, river and automobile cargo flows.

In the "Strategy of socio-economic development of the Yaroslavl region until 2025", approved by the decree of the Government of the Yaroslavl region dated March 6, 2014 No. 188-p (as amended on 01.02.2016), it is stated that the project is a transport interchange hub "Golden Ring" (combining on the basis of the Tunoshna airport four types of transport — air, water, railway and automobile) is one of the strategic projects (key initiatives) for the development of the Yaroslavl region.

The project organization "NTPI TI" has developed a project for the reconstruction of artificial airfield coverings (runway, taxiways, aircraft parking areas). The project involves the expansion of the runway from the existing 44 to the planned 60 meters (of which 45 meters is the formal width of the runway on a concrete cushion and additional reinforced roadsides – 7.5 meters each), the construction of new aircraft parking areas, increasing the strength of artificial coverings. The project received a positive conclusion of the state expertise.

The design organization Krasaeroproekt has developed a project for the construction of a new international-class passenger terminal building with an estimated capacity of 450 passengers per hour.

The issue of creating a multimodal transport interchange hub on the basis of Yaroslavl Airport has been repeatedly discussed. The airport is located near the Volga River, which allows you to combine air transportation with other modes of transport.

Yaroslavl Airport (Tunoshna) is designed to receive and service up to 15-17 aircraft per day. The passenger terminal (with a total area of 1000 m2) is able to provide reception and departure of up to 180 passengers per hour on domestic flights, up to 100 passengers per hour on international flights. The cargo terminal (with an area of 833 m2) handles up to 150 tons of cargo per day on domestic and international flights.

Class B airfield, runway 05/23, length 3010 m × width 44 m, classification number of coating strength of the runway RSN 38/R/S/X/T - in summer, RSN 51/R/S/X/T - in winter; 5 taxiways MRD, B, C, D, E; 16 aircraft parking spaces.

When servicing passengers of international flights, the terminal operates a reversible service technology (servicing only the departing flight or only the arriving flight).

Provides mail and cargo services for domestic and international air transportation, including hazard classes and categories: 1.4S; 2.2; 3; 4.1; 5.1; 6; 8; 9.

There is a cafe, a high-comfort lounge, a souvenir shop in the terminal building.

The airport has an ICAO category I, IAC certificate No. 091 A-M dated 03.06.2013 (the certificate is valid until 19.02.2018), aerodrome operator certificate No. FAVT.OA-042 dated 21.11.2016 according to the new Federal Aviation Regulations No. 286 dated September 25, 2015.

According to the Decree of the Government of the Russian Federation No. 726-r dated April 20, 2016, Yaroslavl Airport (Tunoshna) is:

- the airport of the administrative center (capital) of the subject of the Russian Federation;
- an airport of federal significance;
- international airport.

Yaroslavl (Tunoshna) Airport is open for international flights of passenger and cargo aircraft (by Order of the Government of the Russian Federation No. 2096-r dated December 13, 1999, by Order of the Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation No. 104 dated June 18, 2001) with permitted limits: passes through the state border up to 100 passengers per hour, handling international cargo — up to 150 tons cargo per day. At the airport there is a customs post and a cargo-passenger multilateral air checkpoint across the state border of the Russian Federation (according to the orders of the Government of the Russian Federation dated 20.11.2008 No. 1724-r, dated 13.04.2015 No. 641-r). International passenger flights are carried out under one-time permits of the Federal Air Transport Agency.


Dima Elagin has updated his native Petrozavodsk airport! The port parking lots are brought to the real state, a lot of smaller aesthetic work has been done. Thank you Dimka! Good job!

Besovets is a joint-based airfield and is designed to receive state and commercial aviation aircraft. An aviation base is based at the airfield, which is armed with Su-27 fighters. In 2016, the rearmament of the Su-35 began. 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 Vilna Fighter Regiment. The regiments were transferred from the airfields of Lodeynoye Pole and Kilpyavr.


Thanks to the guys from DTC Studio, Kemerovo Airport has been updated. The port sparkled with a fresh gloss, a lot of things from the environment appeared!

Kemerovo International Airport named after AlexI am Arkhipovich Leonov — a civil airport of federal significance of class "B" in the city of Kemerovo. Since 2016 it has been under the management of NOVAPORT LLC

The airport is named after a native of the Tisulsky district of the Kemerovo region, cosmonaut pilot Alexei Leonov.

Kemerovo International Airport is located in the city, in the southeast, 11 km from its center. Carries out both domestic and international flights.

It has one runway with artificial turf of class “B” with a size of 3200x60 meters. Runway Classification Number (PCN) 45/R/A/W/T.

Has access to the following aircraft: DC-10, A319, A320, A321, A310, A330, B737, B747, B757, B767, IL-96, Il-76, Il-62M, Tu-214, Tu-204, Tu-154, Tu-134, An-124, AN-148, AN-74, AN-30, AN-26, AN-24, AN-12, Yak-42, Yak-40, ATR-42, BAE-146, BAe-125, Bombardier CRJ 100/200 and modifications of these types of aircraft, as well as other types Aircraft of 3 and 4 classes, helicopters of all types.

At the moment, Kemerovo Airport has domestic flights to Moscow and international flights to Thailand and Vietnam. In the summer season of 2016, flights to St. Petersburg and Simferopol are planned.

The airport started operating in 1960. Initially, the flights were operated on IL-18 aircraft from September 15, 1962 until the end of the 1970s.
Since the mid-1970s, non-stop flights on Tu—154 aircraft on the routes Kemerovo — Moscow, Kemerovo - Sochi and others began.
In the 1980s and 1990s, flights were operated from Kemerovo Airport to the following destinations: Moscow, Sochi, Krasnodar, Mineralnye Vody, Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, Norilsk, Nizhnevartovsk, Magadan, Irkutsk, Rostov-on-Don, Krasnoyarsk (Yemelyanovo), Novosibirsk, Novokuznetsk, Biysk, Abakan, Bratsk and others.


And now for XPL, previously, the Makhachkala airport was updated to version 2.2 in MSFS2020. 

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.

The airfield was established on February 3, 1927 as an "air station" on the Moscow—Kharkiv—Rostov—Tiflis highway. And in 1932, the Government of the Dagestan ASSR began work on the construction of an air terminal. The R-2 is the first aircraft operated at the airport.

After the reconstruction in 2014, the airport has the technical ability to receive such large aircraft as the Airbus A318/319/320/321 , Boeing 737, Boeing 757, Sukhoi Superjet 100, An-148, Tu-134, Tu-154, Tu-204/214, Yak-40, Yak-42. And since May 3, 2017, it is allowed to receive and release wide-body aircraft. Thus, the air harbor of Dagestan is recognized as suitable for the operation of Boeing-767-200, Boeing-767-200ER, Boeing-767-300 and Boeing-767-300ER aircraft, as well as Airbus A-330-200 and their modifications. Accepts helicopters of all types. Runway Classification Number (PCN) 52/R/B/W/T.

I would like to say a big thank you to Alexander M. and Arthur for their support! Guys, it would be really bad without your support. The money went to pay for DNS hosting.


Finally, the Volgograd airport - Gumrak has been updated! For both versions of the sim!

Gumrak is an international airport of federal significance in the city of Volgograd. It is located in the north-west of the Dzerzhinsky district (Airport village), in the Gumrak microdistrict, 15 kilometers from the city center.

The official name of the airport is "Volgograd (Gumrak)", the colloquial name is Volgograd. The name of the operating organization is JSC Volgograd International Airport.

The airport was established in 1952 on the basis of the former Gumrak military airfield, which existed since 1940. During the days of the Battle of Stalingrad, it was used by German troops.

Until 1974, there was another airport near Volgograd — Voroponovo, which served local air lines. As of 1991, the Volgograd United Aviation Detachment was based at Gumrak Airport, which included the 80th flight detachment (89 An-2 aircraft) and the 231st flight detachment (15 Tu-134 aircraft, 10 Yak-42 aircraft, 10 Yak-40 aircraft).



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