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Pushkin Airport

Аэропорт Пушкин
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Summary
Airport typePublic
LocationSaint Petersburg
Elevation AMSL230 ft / 70 m
Coordinates59°41′6″N 030°20′18″E / 59.68500°N 30.33833°E / 59.68500; 30.33833Coordinates: 59°41′6″N 030°20′18″E / 59.68500°N 30.33833°E / 59.68500; 30.33833
Runways
Direction Length Surface
ft m
03/21 8,202 2,500 Concrete

Pushkin Airport (Russian: Аэропорт Пушкин) (ICAO: ULLP) is an airport in Leningrad Oblast, Russia located 28 km south of Saint Petersburg. It handles small airliners. It was home to 147 OVZ RZB regiment flying Mi-8 helicopters and contains Il-18, Il-22, and Il-38 aircraft.

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