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Best Siberian Airports for Tech Stops

Henry Duke LeDuc | - 12/18/2017
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Best Siberian Airports for Tech Stops: In our previous blog with tips for tech stops in Siberia, we listed the important considerations operators should make during the planning phase. Here, we list the Siberian airports we recommend for refuelling. 

Bratsk  (UIBB)

Bratsk is a city in Russia located in the north-west of the Irkutsk region, in the centre of Angarsky mountain-ridge. This city was formed in 1956 due to the construction of Bratsk hydropower station. The airport is a mixed-use airfield, providing 32 parking spaces for medium-sized airliners, as well as many branched fighter revetments. Expect commercial traffic on the airfield.

Navaids/Approaches              ILS VOR/DME

Hours of Operation                 M-F 0100-1000Z (Overtime can be arranged for tech stops)

Airport of Entry                       Yes 

Runways                                 10367 

PCN                                          054RAWT

Weather reporting                   Yes

Fuel Availability                       Jet 

Fire Category/CFR                  8

Tower/Hours                           24 Hours 

Irkutsk  (UIII) 

Irkutsk is one of the largest cities in Siberia, the capital of the Irkutsk region in Russia. Irkutsk Airport serves the city of Irkutsk, the administrative centre of Russia’s Irkutsk Oblast. The airport has commercial traffic and serves as a hub for two airlines (IrAero and Angara Airlines). 

Navaids/Approaches              ILS VOR/DME

Hours of Operation                 M-Th 0000-0900Z, F 0000-0800Z (Overtime can be arranged for tech stops). Runway closure every Thursday morning 0800-0900L

Airport of Entry                       Yes

Runways                                 10384

PCN                                          045RAWT

Weather reporting                   UIII

Fuel Availability                      Jet

CFR                                          8

Tower/Hours                           24 Hours

Krasnoyarsk-Yemelyanovo  (UNKL)

Krasnoyarsk is the largest cultural, economic, industrial, and educational centre of Central and Eastern Siberia. It is the third largest city in Siberia after Novosibirsk and Omsk, with a population of over a million people. The city is an important junction of the Trans-Siberian Railway and one of Russia’s largest producers of aluminium.

Navaids/Approaches              ILS VOR/DME (ILS Cat II) 

Hours of Operation                 M 0500-0700 | T, W, TH, F, SAT, SUN 0500-0800 (Overtime can be arranged for tech stops)

Airport of Entry                       Yes

Runways                                 12139

PCN                                          095RBXT

Weather reporting                   Yes

Fuel Availability                      Jet

CFR                                          8

Tower/Hours                            24 Hours

Barnaul (UNBB)

Barnaul is a city in Russia, the capital of Altai krai, located on the south side of Western Siberia. It is a major industrial, cultural, and educational centre of Siberia. The airport is a major airport. It contains large facilities and a remote tarmac for military use. The airport services airliners and helicopters. 

Navaids/Approaches              ILS NDB

Hours of Operation                 24 Hours

Airport of Entry                       Yes

Runways                                 9350

PCN                                         044RBXT

Weather reporting                  Yes

Fuel Availability                      Jet

CFR                                          7

Tower/Hours                           24 Hours

Novosibirsk-Tolmachevo (UNNT)

Novosibirsk is the capital of the Novosibirsk region and Siberian Federal District. It is the third largest city in Russia. Novosibirsk is an important business, cultural, industrial, scientific, trade, and transport centres and the most populous city in Asian Russia. Tolmachevo Airport is a large hub airport served by all major Russian carriers as well as a range of cargo airlines. It is the busiest airport in Siberia and the eighth-busiest airport in Russia. 

Navaids/Approaches              ILS VOR/DME (ILS Cat II) 

Hours of Operation                 24 Hours

Airport of Entry                       Yes

Runways                                  11811

PCN                                          077RCXT

Weather reporting                  Yes

Fuel Availability                      Jet

CFR                                          8

Tower/Hours                           24 Hours

 Omsk (UNOO)

Omsk is one of the largest cities in Russia, the capital of the Omsk region. Second largest city in Siberia. It is a large transport hub. Commercial airlines serve Omsk.

Navaids/Approaches              ILS NDB

Hours of Operation                 24 Hours

Airport of Entry                       Yes

Runways                                 8202

PCN                                         050FCXT

Weather reporting                  Yes

Fuel Availability                     Jet

CFR                                         7

Tower/Hours                           24 Hours

Khabarovsk-Novy Airport (UHHH)

TThis is a large city in eastern Siberia. Only 19 miles from the Chinese border. 

Navaids/Approaches              ILS VOR/DME

Hours of Operation                 24 HOURS with Restrictions / Closed TUE 0440-0610 UTC, FRI 0540-0710 UTC (Overtime can be arranged for tech stops)

Airport of Entry                        Yes

Runways                                 13123

PCN                                          068RAXT

Airport Hours                          24 Hours

Weather reporting                  Yes

Fuel Availability                      Jet

CFR                                          9

Tower/Hours                            24 Hours

Yakutsk (UEEE)

Yakutsk is the capital city of the Sakha Republic located about 450 kilometres south of the Arctic Circle. The population is over a quarter of a million people. Yakutsk is a major port on the Lena River. It is served by the Yakutsk Airport, an international airport. The region is a major supplier of diamonds. Its average winter temperature is −34 °C (−30 °F). The airport was constructed in 1931 and the current terminal was built in 1996. The airport is a hub for Yakutia and Polar Airlines.

Navaids/Approaches              ILS VOR/DME

Hours of Operation                 2300-0800Z M-F with restrictions /Closed on Sunday 0000-2000UTC (Overtime can be arranged for tech stops)

Runways                                 11155

PCN                                         045RBXT

Weather reporting                  Yes

Fuel Availability                      Jet 

CFR                                          8

Tower/Hours                           24 Hours

For support with your tech stop in Siberia, contact UAS 

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