Pskov Airport (Russian: Аэропорт Псков) (IATA: PKV, ICAO: ULOO) is an airfield in Pskov Oblast, Russia located 6 km southeast of Pskov. It is a medium air base with 27 large revetments in a complex, sprawling taxiway layout. The civilian terminal area services 13 medium/large planes and 20 small planes. There is no instrument landing capability.
The primary military user is the 334 VTAP (334th Military Transport Aviation Regiment), operating Ilyushin Il-76 aircraft. Scheduled passenger flights are operated by Embraer 120 and Fokker 50.
In 1990s regular flights were interrupted due to a significant reduction of the demand for passenger and cargo air service. After a short-lived air connection to Moscow operated by Eurasia Airlines in 2003, scheduled airline services were not resumed before May 2007. In the beginning these services were operated by St. Petersburg based carrier Vyborg Airlines but has since then been taken over by UTair Aviation and Atlant-Soyuz and later discontinued. In 2009 two airlines announced to serve the airport. Region-Avia started flights to Moscow-Vnukovo and airBaltic announced international services to its Riga hub. The latter services were cancelled in December 2009 due to the state of the runway during winter.