Kaluga Airport is expanding

This year, Kaluga International Airport is planing to handle 60 mln passengers
Kaluga Airport is expanding
14 April 08:05 2016 Print This Article

In 2016, Kaluga International Airport plans to expand significantly its route network and the number of flights, reports Rossiyskaya Gazeta with reference to the General Director of Kaluga International Airport Salavat Kutusheva.

According to Mr Katushev, in the airport will start operating such airlines as Komiaviatrans, Pobeda, Rusline, Yamal, Germania and Saratov airlines. They will fly to 15 domestic and international destinations on regular basis, naming Saint Petersburg, Sochi, Mineralnye Vody, Anapa, Simferopol, Ufa, Nizhny Novgorod, Kazan, Voronezh, Munich, Bremen, Yerevan, Belgrade, Nis and Tivat.

Kaluga Airport started domestic scheduled flights in June, 2015 to St. Petersburg and seasonal – to Sochi and Mineralnye Vody. In 2016, the airport plans to handle 60 million passengers.

Kaluga (Grabtsevo) International Airport situates 190 kilometers from Moscow. It is designed to accept such aircraft types as Airbus A319 (64 tons), Boeing 737-500 and other ships of a smaller class. In August 2015, the airport received an international status. The area of ​​the airport is about 200 hectares with capacity of 100 passengers per hour.

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