Perm International Airport

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Perm International Airport
Международный аэропорт Пермь
Perm Airport logo en.png
Airport Bolshoye Savino.jpg
Airport type Public/Military
Operator Perm Airlines
Serves Perm, Perm Krai, Russia
Elevation AMSL  m / 397 ft
Coordinates 57°54′52″N 056°01′16″E / 57.91444°N 56.02111°E / 57.91444; 56.02111Coordinates: 57°54′52″N 056°01′16″E / 57.91444°N 56.02111°E / 57.91444; 56.02111
Perm Krai in Russia
Perm Krai in Russia
PEE is located in Perm Krai
Location of the airport in the Perm Krai
Direction Length Surface
m ft
03/21 3,206 10,518 Asphalt
Statistics (2014)
Passengers 1,319,253
Sources: Airport Guide,[1] GCM,[2] STV[3]

Perm International Airport (Russian: Международный аэропорт Пермь) (IATA: PEEICAO: USPP) is an international airport located in Perm Krai, Russia located 16 kilometres (9.9 mi) southwest of Perm, in the village of Bolshoye Savino. It is the only airport in Perm Krai with regular scheduled passenger flights. The majority of flights are between Perm and Moscow. The airport is linked to the city centre by coach.

It is a joint civil-military airfield with a small number of fighter and bomber pads. It is operated by 764 IAP (764th Interceptor Aviation Regiment), the only regiment of combat aviation in the 5th Army of VVS and PVO's area (and successor of the 4th Army of PVO in the USSR). However, according to Air Forces Monthly, July 2007, the 764th Regiment reports directly to Russian Air Force headquarters.[4]


Construction of Bolshoye Savino took place in 1952 under the personal control of Marshal Zhukov, who was exiled by Stalin after World War II into the Urals to take command of the Ural Military District. On May 1, 1960 the pilots of 764 IAP Boris Ajvazyan and Sergey Safronov were involved in the interception of the United States U-2 spy aircraft; unfortunately Safronov, piloting a MiG-19, was shot down by friendly fire and died.[5]

The year 1965 marked a major change in the airfield's operation. Bolshoye Savino became a joint civil airport, servicing medium-sized airliners, now with 39 parking spots near terminal and cargo area.

During the Cold War the airfield operated up to 38 MiG-25 interceptors, with a number of Yak-25, and Yak-28 aircraft and received modern MiG-31s in 1991.[6] In 2002, the runway was lengthened from 2,500 to 3,200 meters.

Reconstruction and New Airport[edit]

In 2011, it became official that Perm needed a new airport, and with Putin becoming the president of Russia in 2012, and his ideals of increasing regional aviation, modeling of the new airport began. The ground is expected to build a new passenger terminal area of 25 thousand square meters and a capacity of 2 million passengers by 2020, internal roads, the front entrance to the terminal and a single-level car park. In the second phase of the terminal is expected to expand to 40 thousand square meters, construction of multi-level parking lots, office center, hotels, shops catering, hangar for aircraft.

This two-storey building, the ground floor being full size, and half size the level above, has been conceived as unique great roof in the shape of a delta covering a processor for domestic and international flights.. An efficient solution, compact and with low running costs which can satisfy all the needs of an excellent Terminal in 2035. In the evolving development of the project RBTA proposes a solution which takes into account the buildings, roads and existing open spaces, placing them in a geometric and elegantly ordered Master Plan. Designed for maximum flexibility and permitting a phased development, the scheme has taken into account the various possibilities of change in function

Airlines and destinations[edit]

Airlines Destinations
Aeroflot Moscow-Sheremetyevo
operated by Rossiya
Simferopol (begins 29 April 2016),[7] St Petersburg
Azerbaijan Airlines Seasonal: Baku (begins 20 May 2016)[8]
Dexter Air Taxi Kirov, Nizhny Novgorod
Ellinair Seasonal charter: Thessaloniki (begins 26 May 2016)[9]
Komiaviatrans Syktyvkar
Seasonal: Sochi[10]
Nordwind Airlines Seasonal charter: Cam Ranh, Sanya
Orenburzhye Kazan, Samara, Ufa, Yekaterinburg
Pegas Fly Seasonal charter: Bangkok-Suvarnabhumi, Cam Ranh
Pobeda Moscow-Vnukovo
Red Wings Airlines Seasonal: Simferopol (begins 2 June 2016)[10]
Royal Flight Seasonal charter: Barcelona, Goa, Rhodes
RusLine Tyumen[11]
S7 Airlines Moscow-Domodedovo
Ural Airlines Dubai-International (resumes 20 March 2016),[12] Dushanbe
UVT Aero Kazan,[13] Khanty-Mansiysk,[13] Nizhnekamsk,[14] St Petersburg[14]
Yamal Airlines Tyumen[15]
Seasonal: Anapa, Simferopol, Sochi



  1. ^ Airport guide for Bolshoye Savino airport
  2. ^ Airport information for USPP at Great Circle Mapper.
  3. ^ Airport information for Bolshoye Savino Airport at Search (for) Travel website.
  4. ^ Piotr Butowsky. Force Report:Russian Air Force, Air Forces Monthly, July 2007.
  5. ^ "I Have Brought Down Major Powers (Russian)". Combatavia.Info. 
  6. ^ "Aviatsiya PVO". Aviabaza KPOI. 
  7. ^ "Группа «Аэрофлот» увеличивает частоту рейсов из Перми в Крым". Ъ-Online. АО «Коммерсантъ». 11 January 2016. Retrieved 11 January 2016. 
  8. ^ "Perm-Baku flights to be opened". Trend News Agency. 19 November 2015. Retrieved 19 November 2015. 
  9. ^
  10. ^ a b "Сочи круглый год". Газета Business-class. 25 November 2015. 
  11. ^ "Из Тюмени в 8 городов России". Авиакомпания "РусЛайн". Retrieved 22 January 2016. 
  12. ^ "Рейс в Дубай вернулся в расписание аэропорта Пермь". Ъ-Online. 26 January 2016. Retrieved 26 January 2016. 
  13. ^ a b "ЮВТ АЭРО открывает рейсы Пермь - Казань и Пермь - Ханты-Мансийск". Коммерсантъ. 23 December 2015. Retrieved 23 December 2015. 
  14. ^ a b "Еще один новый маршрут из северной столицы". UVT Aero. Retrieved 23 December 2015. 
  15. ^ "Открыта продажа билетов на рейсы из Перми в Тюмень". АвиаПорт. ОАО "Международный аэропорт "Пермь". 11 January 2016. Retrieved 11 January 2016. 
  16. ^ "14 September 2008." Aeroflot. Accessed 14 September 2008.
  17. ^, Plane crash kills all on board Archived September 18, 2008 at the Wayback Machine
  18. ^ Russian Plane Crashes, Killing 88

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