Tolmachevo Airport

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Novosibirsk Tolmachevo Airport

Аэропорт Толмачёво
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Airport typeMilitary / Public
Owner Roman Trotsenko through Novaport
OperatorTolmachevo Airport (JSC)
Serves Novosibirsk
Location Ob, Russia
Hub for
Elevation  AMSL 365 ft / 111 m
Coordinates 55°00′45″N082°39′02″E / 55.01250°N 82.65056°E / 55.01250; 82.65056
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Location of airport in Novosibirsk Oblast
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Direction LengthSurface
07/253,60011,801 Asphalt concrete
16/343,60011,818 Concrete
Statistics (2020)
Passenger change 19–20Decrease2.svg31.3%
Aircraft movements30,770
Movements change 19–20Decrease2.svg7.3%
Sources: Passenger Traffic, ACI Europe [1]
AIP of the Russian Federation, [2] Tolmachevo media centre* [3] [4]

Novosibirsk Tolmachevo Airport (Russian : Аэропо́рт Толмачёво) ( IATA : OVB, ICAO : UNNT) is situated in the town of Ob, 16 kilometres (9.9 mi) west of the center of Novosibirsk, an industrial and scientific center in Siberia and Russia's third-largest city.



There are two (3,600 metres (11,800 ft) and 3,605 metres (11,827 ft)) active runways in Tolmachevo Airport, along with one large passenger terminal with two connected sections (Section A for domestic flights (25,000 square metres (270,000 sq ft), 18 check-in desks, 2 jet bridges, capacity 1,800 passengers/hour, [5] and Section B for international flights (27,000 square metres (290,000 sq ft), 14 check-in desks, 3 jet bridges, capacity 1,300 passengers/hour), [6] 2 cargo terminals and 61 aircraft stands. Runway 16 is equipped with an ILS CAT II, which enables aircraft operations in low ceiling (30 metres) and visibility (350 metres). [7]

The airport is situated in the middle of the route from some important East-Asian cities (e.g. Seoul, Shanghai, Hong Kong, etc.) to Europe which makes it attractive for cargo airlines to use it for refueling stops. [8] It serves also as a diversion airport on Polar route 1. [9] [10]

Tolmachevo is the busiest airport in Siberia and the sixth-busiest airport in Russia. [11] [12] It is also the busiest regional transit airport in Russia after Moscow MOW. [13] In 2020, the airport served 4,634,166 passengers (-31.3%) [4] and handled 34,158 tons of cargo (+0.05%). [4] Detailed data for years 2003–2020 is in the Traffic Statistics section below.

The Tolmachevo Airport is operated by Novaport since 2011. [14] [15]


Operations began on July 12, 1957, with the first passenger flight of a Tupolev Tu-104 from Novosibirsk to Moscow. The airport was owned by United Tolmachevo Aviation Enterprise and the Ministry of Civil Aviation of the USSR until 1992. The airport then became a joint stock company in 1995, with 51% owned by the state. The domestic terminal was completely renovated in 2006. Tolmachevo Airport is also the first Russian airport to receive an ISO 9002-96 certificate. On November 29, 2012, for the first time in its history, the airport received its three-millionth annual passenger. [16] During 2014-2015, the former international terminal was enlarged and merged with the domestic terminal which doubled its passenger capacity. [6] The airport celebrated its four-millionth annual passenger on December 21, 2016. [17] In the last hours of 2017, another milestone was reached: on December 31, 2017, the airport handled its five-millionth annual passenger. [18] On December 18, 2019, the airport celebrated its first 6.5-millionth annual passenger. [19]

Plans for its further development include construction of a new rapid-exit taxiway and 4 stands for wide-body aircraft, [20] On 15 September 2020 the airport commenced construction works of the new terminal. Work is being conducted by contractor Ant Yapı (Turkey). Construction of the 56,000 square meters terminal will be completed in the third quarter of 2022. Phase two work will be completed by 2025. [21] The total area of the airport terminal will be more than 100,000 square meters. [22]

The airport is also home to the 337th Independent Helicopter Regiment (previously called the 562nd Air Base (Army Aviation)) flying Mil Mi-24P's and Mil Mi-8AMTSh-V's [23] and the Composite Aviation Squadron, 32nd Independent Composite Transport Aviation Regiment , both as part of the 14th Air and Air Defence Forces Army. [24]

Accidents and incidents

Airlines and destinations


Aeroflot Bangkok–Suvarnahumi, [26] Dubai–Al Maktoum (begins 31 October 2023), [27] Moscow–Sheremetyevo, Phuket [28]
Aero Mongolia Ulaanbaatar [29]
Aero Nomad Airlines Osh [30]
Alrosa Lensk, Mirny, Moscow–Vnukovo, Udachny
Aurora Khabarovsk
Avia Traffic Company Bishkek, Osh
Azerbaijan Airlines Baku [31] [32]
Azur Air Seasonal charter: Antalya, Cairo, Colombo
flydubai Dubai–International
I-Fly Seasonal charter: Hurghada
Ikar Seasonal charter: Phuket, Sochi
IrAero Andizhan, Baku, Irkutsk, Kyzyl, Tashkent
KrasAvia Kyzyl
Myanmar Airways International Mandalay, [33] Yangon [34]
NordStar Irkutsk, Norilsk
Nordwind Airlines Sochi
Pegasus Airlines Antalya
Pobeda Moscow–Sheremetyevo, [35] Moscow–Vnukovo, Saint Petersburg
Seasonal: Sochi
Qazaq Air Astana, Oskemen
Red Wings Airlines Seasonal charter: Hurghada, Sharm El Sheikh
Rossiya Saint Petersburg
S7 Airlines [36] Abakan, Anadyr, [37] Antalya, [38] Astana, Barnaul, Beijing–Daxing, [39] Bishkek, Blagoveshchensk, Bratsk, Chelyabinsk, Chita, Dubai–Al Maktoum (begins 1 November 2023), [40] Dubai–International, [40] Dushanbe, Fergana, Gorno-Altaysk, Grozny, Igarka, Irkutsk, Istanbul, [41] Izhevsk, Kaliningrad, Kazan, Kemerovo, Khabarovsk, Khanty-Mansiysk, Khujand, Krasnoyarsk–International, Magadan, Magnitogorsk, Makhachkala, Mineralnye Vody, Mirny, Moscow–Domodedovo, Nadym, Neryungri, Nizhnekamsk, Nizhnevartovsk, Nizhny Novgorod, Norilsk, Novokuznetsk, Novy Urengoy, Noyabrsk, Omsk, Orenburg, Osh, Perm, Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, Polyarny, Saint Petersburg, Samara, Samarkand, Saratov, Sochi, Surgut, Talakan, Tomsk, Tyumen, Ufa, Ulan-Ude, Ulyanovsk–Baratayevka, Ürümqi, [42] Vladivostok, Volgograd, Yakutsk, Yekaterinburg, Yerevan, [43] Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk
Shirak Avia Yerevan
Smartavia Moscow–Sheremetyevo, Saint Petersburg
Somon Air Dushanbe, Khujand
Southwind Airlines Seasonal charter: Antalya
Ural Airlines Dushanbe, Harbin (resumes 28 November 2023), [44] Moscow–Domodedovo, Vientiane (begins 29 October 2023) [45]
Utair Irkutsk, Krasnoyarsk–International, Moscow–Vnukovo, Surgut
Uzbekistan Airways Fergana, Tashkent
Yakutia Airlines Moscow–Vnukovo, Neryungri, Sochi, Yakutsk
Yamal Airlines Novy Urengoy, Salekhard


Aviastar-TU Hangzhou [46] [47]
Russian Post Harbin, Zhengzhou [48] [49]


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Countries with flight destinations from the Novosibirsk Airport
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The monument from Tupolev Tu-154M of S7 Airlines at Tolmachevo Airport
Tolmachevo Airport outside view of joint terminal (left - domestic section A, right - international section B) before construction of the new terminal in 2020 Nsk-Ob Tolmachevo terminal 07-2016.jpg
Tolmachevo Airport outside view of joint terminal (left - domestic section A, right - international section B) before construction of the new terminal in 2020
Novosibirsk-Tolmachevo Airport Passenger Traffic Statistics [50] [51] [52] [53] [54] [55] [4]
Year (month)Domestic % changeInternational % changeTotal % change
2021*6,046,000Increase2.svg 48%715,000Increase2.svg 31%6,761,000Increase2.svg 46%
20204,087,771Decrease2.svg 16.6%546,395Decrease2.svg 70.4%4,634,166Decrease2.svg 31.3%
20194,903,212Increase2.svg 14.5%1,843,939Increase2.svg 13.3%6,747,151Increase2.svg 14.2%
20184,281,799Increase2.svg 20.6%1,627,279Increase2.svg 11.7%5,909,078Increase2.svg 18.0%
20173,550,375Increase2.svg 17.7%1,456,927Increase2.svg 34.9%5,007,302Increase2.svg 22.2%
20163,017,226Increase2.svg 16.0%1,080,264Decrease2.svg 2.0%4,097,490Increase2.svg 10.6%
20152,600,974Increase2.svg 7.0%1,102,237Decrease2.svg 27.8%3,703,211Decrease2.svg 6.4%
20142,431,238Increase2.svg 10.9%1,526,429Decrease2.svg 2.0%3,957,667Increase2.svg 5.6%
20132,191,304Increase2.svg 8.7%1,556,907Increase2.svg 24.5%3,748,211Increase2.svg 14.7%
20122,015,767Increase2.svg 13.7%1,250,978Increase2.svg 25.9%3,266,745Increase2.svg 18.1%
20111,772,566Increase2.svg 12.5%993,316Increase2.svg 44.7%2,765,884Increase2.svg 22.3%
20101,575,185Increase2.svg 15.3%686,442Increase2.svg 56.8%2,261,630Increase2.svg 25.3%
20091,366,500Decrease2.svg 20.3%437,800Decrease2.svg 6.3%1,804,297Decrease2.svg 14.5%
20081,643,900Increase2.svg 12.7%465,500Increase2.svg 12.4%2,109,424Increase2.svg 12.6%
20071,459,200Increase2.svg 12.3%414,300Increase2.svg 16.0%1,873,496Increase2.svg 13.1%
20061,299,700Increase2.svg 2.5%357,200Decrease2.svg 6.2%1,656,901Increase2.svg 0.5%
20051,268,500Increase2.svg 5.7%379,400Increase2.svg 11.5%1,647,940Increase2.svg 7.0%
20041,199,500Increase2.svg 11.7%340,300Increase2.svg 17.3%1,539,777Increase2.svg 12.9%
20031,073,900Increase2.svg 12.7%290,000Increase2.svg 0.4%1,363,952Increase2.svg 9.9%

(*)Preliminary Data. Source: Tolmachevo media centre [56]

Busiest domestic routes from Tolmachevo Int. Airport (2013) [57] [58]


1 Moscow 1,073,265Increase2.svg5%
2 Saint Petersburg 152,068Increase2.svg15%
3 Khabarovsk 122,150Increase2.svg24%
4 Vladivostok 95,864Increase2.svg15%
5 Yakutsk 69,555Increase2.svg11%
6 Irkutsk 66,751Increase2.svg69%
7 Yekaterinburg 44,091Increase2.svg17%
8 Mirny 42,246Increase2.svg4%
9 Surgut 38,006Increase2.svg14%
10 Nizhnevartovsk 35,465Decrease2.svg18%
Busiest international routes from Tolmachevo Int. Airport (2013) [57] [58]


1 Bangkok Flag of Thailand.svg  Thailand 215,408Increase2.svg25%
2 Antalya Flag of Turkey.svg  Turkey 143,906Increase2.svg13%
3 Bishkek Flag of Kyrgyzstan.svg  Kyrgyzstan 100,635Increase2.svg22%
4 Phuket Flag of Thailand.svg  Thailand 93,134Increase2.svg49%
5 Osh Flag of Kyrgyzstan.svg  Kyrgyzstan 80,041Increase2.svg8%
6 Beijing Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg  China 77,026Decrease2.svg14%
7 Dubai Flag of the United Arab Emirates.svg  United Arab Emirates 50,564Increase2.svg36%
8 Khujand Flag of Tajikistan.svg  Tajikistan 47,645Increase2.svg13%
9 Ürümqi Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg  China 41,845Decrease2.svg6%
10 Dushanbe Flag of Tajikistan.svg  Tajikistan 41,470Increase2.svg4%

Ground transportation

Public transportation to the city is provided by a number of bus routes, as well as by private and municipal taxis. Shuttle bus service runs also between the airport and the Ob railway station at the Trans-Siberian Railway - a stop for Elektrichka local commuter trains and some long-distance trains in the direction of Omsk. [59]

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