|Airport type||Public (Closed)|
|Closed||23 December 2015|
|Elevation AMSL||748 ft / 228 m|
Minsk-1 Airport (IATA: MHP, ICAO: UMMM) was a Belarusian airport located within the city limits of Minsk, just a few kilometres south from the centre.
Minsk-1 was built in 1933. It was the major airport of Minsk until the new airport Minsk-2, now named Minsk National Airport, opened in 1982.
In February 2006 a decision was made to transfer a Minsk aircraft repair plant situated on the Minsk-1 territory out of the city line. 320 ha[clarification needed] of freed land will be transferred to the city authorities for real estate development. Commercial flights were scheduled until 26 October 2012 when flights to Moscow-Vnukovo operated by UTair Aviation moved to the larger Minsk National Airport.
The airport officially shut down on 23 December 2015.