Siversky (air base)

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Airport type Military
Operator Russian Air Force
Location Siversky
Elevation AMSL 341 ft / 104 m
Coordinates 59°21′24″N 030°2′12″E / 59.35667°N 30.03667°E / 59.35667; 30.03667Coordinates: 59°21′24″N 030°2′12″E / 59.35667°N 30.03667°E / 59.35667; 30.03667
Direction Length Surface
ft m
8,202 2,500 Concrete

Siversky (ICAO: ULLS) is an air base in Leningrad Oblast, Russia located 2 km northwest of Siversky. It is a small airfield 65 km south of Saint Petersburg (Leningrad) and is home to the 67th Bomber Aviation Regiment, flying Su-24 aircraft.[1] According to Natural Resources Defense Council it has served as a nuclear bomber base. A United States joint military inspection was conducted at the base on February 11, 1992, which confirmed a Su-24 presence.


  1. ^ Butowski, Pyotr (2004). Air Power Analysis: Russian Federation. AIRtime Publishing, Inc. 

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