Yermolino Airport

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Yermolino Airport
Аэропорт Ермолино
Summary
Airport type Public
Serves Kaluga, Moscow (planned)
Location Balabanovo, Russia
Hub for UTair Aviation (planned)
Elevation AMSL 640 ft / 195 m
Coordinates 55°13′42″N 036°36′30″E / 55.22833°N 36.60833°E / 55.22833; 36.60833Coordinates: 55°13′42″N 036°36′30″E / 55.22833°N 36.60833°E / 55.22833; 36.60833
Runways
Direction Length Surface
ft m
31/13 9,842 3,000 Concrete

Yermolino Airport (Russian: аэропорт Ермолино) (also given as Borovsk) (ICAO: UUWE) is an airport in Russia located 6 kilometers (3.7 mi) north-west of Balabanovo. It is a large airfield which mainly services propeller-driven aircraft. On June, 23 (2014) a triangular agreement between UTair Aviation, the Ministry of the Interior of the Russian Federation and the government of Kaluga Oblast was announced.[1] According to the agreement the airport will be a new base for UTair Aviation. The existing infrastructure will be expanded in order to allocate up to 45 civil aircraft by 2017.

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