Ukhta Airport

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Ukhta Airport aerial.jpg
Airport typePublic
Serves Ukhta
Location Ukhta, Russia
Elevation  AMSL 482 ft / 147 m
Coordinates 63°34′0″N053°48′12″E / 63.56667°N 53.80333°E / 63.56667; 53.80333 Coordinates: 63°34′0″N053°48′12″E / 63.56667°N 53.80333°E / 63.56667; 53.80333
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18/368,6942,650 Asphalt

Ukhta Airport (also referred to as Ust Ukhta) ( IATA : UCT, ICAO : UUYH) is a civilian airport in Russia located 5 km east of Ukhta (near Sosnogorsk). It services medium-sized airliners.


Airlines and destinations

Komiaviatrans Moscow–Domodedovo, St. Petersburg, Syktyvkar, Usinsk
Severstal Air Company St. Petersburg [1]

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