|Location||Chüy District, Chüy Region|
|Elevation AMSL||2,769 ft / 844 m|
Tokmok Airport (Kyrgyz: Токмок аэропорту, Russian : Токмакский аэропорт) ( IATA : none (ТКМ), ICAO : UAFF) is an airport outside Tokmok, a town in the Chüy Region ( oblast ) of Kyrgyzstan. The Russian IATA code for Tokmok Airport is ТКМ.
Tokmok Airport started its operations in the 1950s as a reserve landing strip where aircraft were diverted from the then Frunze Airport during bad weather conditions. The current runway and terminal were built in the 1970s. The airport has no instrument landing facilities and operates only during daylight hours.
Tokmok Airport is currently not in use by commercial airlines. However, it still serves as a reserve airport in Chuy Valley.
Transport in Kyrgyzstan is severely constrained by the country's alpine topography. Roads have to snake up steep valleys, cross passes of 3,000 m (9,843 ft) altitude and more, and are subject to frequent mud slides and snow avalanches. Winter travel is close to impossible in many of the more remote and high-altitude regions. Additional problems are because many roads and railway lines built during the Soviet period are today intersected by international boundaries, requiring time-consuming border formalities to cross where they are not completely closed. The horse is still a much used transport option, especially in rural and inaccessible areas, as it does not depend on imported fuel.
Chüy Region is the northernmost region (oblast) of the Kyrgyz Republic. This region surrounds the national capital of Kyrgyzstan, Bishkek. It is bounded on the north by Kazakhstan, and clockwise, Issyk-Kul Region, Naryn Region, Jalal-Abad Region, and Talas Region. Its administrative center is Bishkek. Its total area is 19,895 km2 (7,682 sq mi). The resident population of the region was 974,984 as of January 2021. The region has sizeable Russian and Dungan minorities. It takes its name from the river Chüy, that flows through the region.
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