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The International Airport Kurumoch (Samara) has Resumed Servicing Long-haul Liners
28.01.2018 17:49
The International Airport Kurumoch (Samara) has Resumed Servicing Long-haul Liners

The international airport Kurumoch (Samara) has resumed servicing long-haul liners, the airport press service reported.

"The first flight on an aircraft of this type (A330-200) was the flight of Nordwind from Nha Trang (Vietnam), which delivered 278 passengers to Samara," the report said. 

      Maintenance of this type of airliners became possible with the opening of the runway N2 (WFP-2)  in December 2017 after its reconstruction. At the end of December 2017, Kurumoch started operating the runway-2. 

      VPP-2 after reconstruction has a length of 3 thousand meters and a width of 45 meters, and the cover strip is made of asphalt concrete. At the aerodrome, new equipment in category 3A ICAO is installed, which allows to fly at any time under almost any weather conditions. The characteristics of the runway-2 allows operating almost all modern long-range aircraft. Currently, there are two runways in Kurumoch.



Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Samara Airport Samara Transfer Samara Taxi Samara Fifa Russia  

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