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Borisoglebskoye airfield

"Borisoglebskiy" hawa alanı

Аэродром Казань-Борисоглебское
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Tu-160 at Borisoglebskoye during visit of Vladimir Putin in 2018
Airport typepilot / military
OperatorKAPO/Russian Air Force
LocationKazan, Tatarstan
Elevation AMSL213 ft / 65 m
Coordinates55°52′0″N 049°8′0″E / 55.86667°N 49.13333°E / 55.86667; 49.13333Coordinates: 55°52′0″N 049°8′0″E / 55.86667°N 49.13333°E / 55.86667; 49.13333
Direction Length Surface
ft m
11/29 10,499 3,200 Concrete

Borisoglebskoye airfield (Russian: Аэродром Борисоглебское) (ICAO: UWKG) is an experimental aviation airfield owned by Kazan Aircraft Production Association (Tupolev). Located in the northeastern part of the city of Kazan, in the immediate vicinity of the borough Borisoglebskoe, it is designed for experimental design, experimental work, and testing aircraft products.

Since the late 1980s at the airport, Naddanom conducted test flights of Russian strategic bombers like the Tupolev Tu-160 (Blackjack), as well as passenger airliners such as the mid-range Tupolev Tu-214.

The airfield is capable of accepting all types of modern aircraft, due to the characteristics of the runway.