Yermolino Airport

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Yermolino Airport
Аэропорт Ермолино
Summary
Airport typePublic
ServesKaluga, Moscow (planned)
LocationBalabanovo, Russia
Hub forUTair Aviation (planned)
Elevation AMSL640 ft / 195 m
Coordinates55°13′42″N 036°36′30″E / 55.22833°N 36.60833°E / 55.22833; 36.60833Coordinates: 55°13′42″N 036°36′30″E / 55.22833°N 36.60833°E / 55.22833; 36.60833
Runways
Direction Length Surface
ft m
31/13 9,842 3,000 Concrete

Yermolino Airport (Russian: аэропорт Ермолино) (also given as Borovsk) (ICAO: UUWE) is an airport in Russia located 6 kilometers (3.7 mi) north-west of Balabanovo, Kaluga Oblast. It is a large airfield which mainly services propeller-driven aircraft[citation needed]. On June, 23 (2014) a triangular agreement between UTair Aviation, the Ministry of the Interior of the Russian Federation and the government of Kaluga Oblast was announced.[1] According to the agreement the airport will be a new base for UTair Aviation. The existing infrastructure will be expanded in order to allocate up to 45 civil aircraft by 2017.

As of May 2019, these plans have not been implemented, the aerodrome retains its military status.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "ЮТэйр, МВД и власти Калужской области договорились о строительстве аэропорта Ермолино". RBC daily. Retrieved 23 June 2013.