Bălți City Airport
|Bălți City Airport
Bălți City Airport ("Aeroportul Bălți-Oraș" in Romanian, "Аэропорт Бельцы-Город" in Russian) is one of two airports in Bălți, Moldova. Contrary to the Bălți Airport, which occasionally operates international flights, Bălți City is a regional airport.
Bălți City airport is located in the very city of Bălți, at its Eastern fringe (district "Autogara"). This airport is easily and quickly reachable with the trolleybus line 1, ten minutes from the city centre.
Bălți City airport and its heliport serve primarily for local destinations in neighbouring districts of Moldova. The airplanes and helicopters based at Bălți City airport are mostly used in agriculture, and for public service needs.
During the World War II, Bălți City was the most important airport within the surrounding region. The airport has an unpaved runway of unknown proportions.
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