Stary Oskol Airport

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Stary Oskol
Airport typePublic
LocationStary Oskol
Elevation AMSL241 m / 791 ft
Coordinates51°19′48″N 037°46′6″E / 51.33000°N 37.76833°E / 51.33000; 37.76833Coordinates: 51°19′48″N 037°46′6″E / 51.33000°N 37.76833°E / 51.33000; 37.76833
Direction Length Surface
m ft
04/22 1,798 5,899 ?

Stary Oskol Airport (also given as Staryy Oskol) (ICAO: UUOS) is an airport in Russia located 6 km northwest of Stary Oskol. It is a small civilian airport with a 1,800-metre (5,900 ft) runway.


The airport's runway is designated 04/22 and measures 1,798 metres (5,899 ft). The airport can handle 30 passengers per hour, and it has parking spaces for four medium-range aircraft.[1]

Airlines and destinations[edit]

Beginning 6 March 2017, the airline Kompas, a subsidiary of Vologda Aviation Enterprise, will fly three times a week between Stary Oskol and Moscow's Vnukovo International Airport. The decision to introduce service came after a meeting between Kompas, Stary Oskol Airport officials and the Oskol Region Administration.[1]

Pskovavia Moscow-Vnukovo


  1. ^ a b "Stary Oskol airport to resume commercial ops to Moscow". ch-aviation. 17 January 2017. Retrieved 22 January 2017.

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