Ust-Kuyga Airport

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Ust-Kuyga Airport
Аэропорт Усть-Куйга

Terminal and sled at Ust-Kuyga Airport.jpg

Terminal and sled at Ust-Kuyga Airport
Summary
Airport type Public
Serves Ust-Kuyga, Ust-Yansky District, Sakha Republic, Russia
Elevation  AMSL 82 m / 269 ft
Coordinates 70°00′40″N135°38′48″E / 70.01111°N 135.64667°E / 70.01111; 135.64667 Coordinates: 70°00′40″N135°38′48″E / 70.01111°N 135.64667°E / 70.01111; 135.64667
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Sakha Republic in Russia
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UKG
Location of the airport in the Sakha Republic
Runways
Direction Length Surface
m ft
04/22 1,400 4,593 Asphalt
Sources: GCM, [1] STV [2]

Ust-Kuyga Airport (Russian : Аэропорт Усть-Куйга) ( IATA : UKG, ICAO : UEBT) is an airport serving the urban locality of Ust-Kuyga, Ust-Yansky District, in the Sakha Republic of Russia. It is located near the Arctic Circle.

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References

  1. Airport information for UKG at Great Circle Mapper.
  2. Airport information for Ust-Kuyga Airport at Search (for) Travel website.