Simferopol International Airport

Simferopol International Airport

The "Simferopol" International Airport was created in 1936. The airport has become one of the largest airports of Ukraine over the years of its development. The TU-104 first Soviet jet airplane's operation was mastered in this airport, and it was in "Simferopol" airport that the IL-86 airbus landed for the first time in Ukraine.


Today there are complete complex of airdrome, engineering, radio, and lighting systems to ensure complete safety of flights for all types of passenger and cargo aircraft of the world, and there are modern systems of air traffic control.

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Simferopol International Airport
Simferopol
Ukraine

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+380 (652) 595516
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