Surgut International Airport named after Farman Gurban oghlu Salmanov

Международный аэропорт Сургут имени Фармана Курбан оглы Салманова
Airport typePublic
LocationSurgut, Russia
Hub forUtair
Elevation AMSL200 ft / 61 m
Coordinates61°20′36″N 073°24′12″E / 61.34333°N 73.40333°E / 61.34333; 73.40333
SGC is located in Russia
Location of airport in Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug
Direction Length Surface
m ft
07/25 2,790 9,153 Asphalt
Statistics (2018)
Passenger TrafficIncrease 1,758,310
Aircraft TrafficIncrease 3,324
Time ZoneUTC +5
Source: DAFIF[1][2]
Inside the terminal of Surgut Airport.

Surgut Airport (IATA: SGC, ICAO: USRR), also listed as Surgut North Airport, is an airport in Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug, Russia, located 10 km (6 mi) north of Surgut. It services medium-sized airliners. In 2018, Surgut Airport handled 1,758,310 passengers. In May 2019, the airport was named after Farman Salmanov, a renowned Azerbaijani geologist.


Surgut International Airport has a runway that can accommodate modern aircraft, such as the Boeing-737, Boeing 757, Boeing 767, Airbus A319, Airbus A320, Airbus A321, Airbus A330, as well as helicopters of all types.

The airport's capacity is 660 passengers per hour for domestic flights and 200 passengers per hour for international flights.

In the terminal building, there are VIP lounges as well as shops, cafes, and pharmacies. Wi-Fi access is also provided.

The main terminal of Surgut Airport.
Aircraft parked at Surgut Airport.


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In 1931, arrival of the first aircraft to the village of Surgut.

In 1937, the first building of the Surgut airport was built and put into operation.

In 1964, Surgut United Air Squadron was established.

In 1970, the State Commission commissioned the runway of the new city airport.

In 1972, first regular flight Surgut-Moscow performed by Tu-134 airplane.

In 1975, commissioning of a new terminal building at the Surgut airport.

In 1979, installation, on the facade of the terminal, a mosaic panel - to a woman with a child in the window of the porthole "Surgut Madonna".

In 1998, Airport Surgut was awarded a certificate of honor as the result of the contest "The Best Airport in 1998 in CIS countries".

In 2000, Airport Surgut is recognized as the winner in the contest "The best airport of the year of the CIS countries" in the nomination "Intensively developing airport".


In 2001, Surgut Airport is open for international flights. The first flight was made by the airline "Utair" UT 777 - Kyiv (Boryspil).

In 2003, overhaul of the runway.

In 2004, full commissioning of the airport complex of the Surgut airport.

In 2007, opening of the telescopic ladder "Thyssen Krupp Airport Systems", putting into operation an automated vehicle access control system to the station square.

In 2008, Surgut airport for the first time congratulated the millionth passenger serviced during the year.

In 2009, creation and beginning of production activity of branches. Formed five branches: Berezovsky, Cape Kamensky, Noyabrsk, Tazovsky, Nefteyugansk.

In 2011, the hall of the waiting area for passengers of the international sector was built and put into operation. The duty-free shop "Duty-Free" opened in the international sector of the terminal.

In 2012, Airport Surgut started servicing domestic and international long-haul wide-body aircraft such as the Boeing 767-200 and the Boeing 767-300.

According to the results of work in 2015, the passenger traffic of Surgut Airport (including branches of the company) amounted to 1,976,389 people, exceeding the total of 2014 by 3.8%.

Airlines and destinations

Aero Nomad Airlines Osh[3]
Avia Traffic Company Bishkek, Osh
NordStarKrasnoyarsk–Yemelyanovo, Tomsk[4]
Pobeda Makhachkala,[5] Moscow–Vnukovo[6]
Rossiya Airlines Saint Petersburg
S7 Airlines Novosibirsk
Somon Air Khujand[7]
Ural AirlinesMoscow–Domodedovo,[8] Ufa
UtairTashkent, Baku, Beloyarsk, Chelyabinsk,[9] Dubai–Al Maktoum,[10] Irkutsk, Khujand, Krasnoyarsk–Yemelyanovo, Kurgan,[11] Moscow–Vnukovo, Nizhny Novgorod, Novosibirsk, Omsk, Perm, Saint Petersburg, Tobolsk,[12] Tomsk, Tyumen, Ufa, Yekaterinburg
Seasonal: Makhachkala, Sochi, Tashkent,[13] Yerevan[14]
UVT AeroBugulma, Kazan
Yamal Airlines Igarka, Tyumen



Busiest domestic routes at Surgut International Airport (by number of passengers) 2015[15]
Rank City Region Airports Airlines Number of passengers
1 Moscow Moscow Moscow
Moscow Oblast Moscow Oblast
Sheremetyevo, Vnukovo Aeroflot, Pobeda, Utair 525,461
2 St Petersburg Saint Petersburg St Petersburg
Leningrad Oblast Leningrad Oblast
Pulkovo Utair 096,626
3 Ufa Bashkortostan Bashkortostan Ufa International Airport S7 Airlines, UTair Aviation, Yamal Airlines 090,470
4 Samara Samara Oblast Samara Oblast Kurumoch S7 Airlines, Utair 063,688
5 Tyumen Tyumen Oblast Tyumen Oblast Roshchino Utair 048,453
Busiest CIS routes at Surgut International Airport (by number of passengers) 2015[15]
Rank City Country Airports Airlines Number of passengers
1 Khujand  Tajikistan Khujand Airport Tajik Air, Utair 26,973
2 Bishkek  Kyrgyzstan Manas Air Bishkek, Avia Traffic Company 25,145
3 Osh  Kyrgyzstan Osh Airport Avia Traffic Company 22,396
4 Baku  Azerbaijan Heydar Aliyev International Airport Utair 11,030
5 Kyiv  Ukraine Boryspil International Airport Utair 02,669
Busiest international routes at Surgut International Airport (by number of passengers) 2015[15]
Rank City Country Airports Airlines Number of passengers
1 Antalya  Turkey Antalya Airport Pegas Fly 32,095
2 Hurghada  Egypt Hurghada International Airport Pegas Fly 17,800
3 Cam Ranh  Vietnam Cam Ranh International Airport Pegas Fly 12,221
5 Sharm el-Sheikh  Egypt Sharm el-Sheikh International Airport Pegas Fly 08,623
5 Phuket  Thailand Phuket Airport Nordwind Airlines 06,101

Accidents and incidents

On 1 January 2011, Kolavia Flight 348 suffered an explosion and fire at Surgut. The aircraft was taxiing before departing Surgut on a flight to Domodedovo International Airport, Moscow when the fire started and quickly engulfed the entire plane, which then burned to the ground. Despite a quick evacuation, 3 persons were killed.[16]

See also


  1. ^ "Airport information for USRR". World Aero Data. Archived from the original on 2019-03-05.((cite web)): CS1 maint: unfit URL (link) Data current as of October 2006. Source: DAFIF.
  2. ^ Airport information for SGC at Great Circle Mapper. Source: DAFIF (effective October 2006).
  3. ^ "Schedules". Aero Nomad Airlines. Retrieved 23 May 2023.
  4. ^ "Из Международного аэропорта Красноярск доступны субсидированные авиаперелеты". (in Russian). Международный аэропорт Красноярск. Retrieved 23 January 2019.
  5. ^ "Pobeda Adds Surgut – Makhachkala Route from Oct 2015". Retrieved 1 September 2016.
  6. ^ "Pobeda to Add Vladikavkaz / Surgut Service from late-Dec 2014". Retrieved 1 September 2016.
  7. ^ "Сомон Эйр увеличила количество рейсов в Жуковский - AVIA RU Network". 1 September 2023. Retrieved 3 September 2023.
  8. ^ ""Уральские авиалинии" с 25 декабря запустят ежедневный рейс из Сургута в Москву". Retrieved 10 December 2018.
  9. ^ "Utair возобновляет рейсы из Сургута в Челябинск". (in Russian). Ura.Ru. 11 January 2024. Retrieved 11 January 2024.
  10. ^ "Utair Dubai Sep/Oct 2023 Service Changes". AeroRoutes. 13 September 2023. Retrieved 14 September 2023.
  11. ^ Белокрылов, Михаил (19 December 2023). "В следующем году из Кургана в Сургут будут летать самолёты". (in Russian). ИА «РегионМедиаКонсалтинг (РМК). Retrieved 20 December 2023.
  12. ^ "Utair свяжет Тобольск с Сургутом и Нижневартовском". Utair. Retrieved 29 November 2021.
  13. ^ Liu, Jim (26 February 2020). "UTair adds seasonal Surgut – Tashkent service in S20". Routesonline.
  14. ^ Liu, Jim (24 April 2018). "UTair adds seasonal Surgut routes from June 2018". Routesonline. Retrieved 24 April 2018.
  15. ^ a b c "ОАО «Аэропорт Сургут» подвело итоги производственной деятельности за 2015 год". ОАО «Аэропорт Сургут». Retrieved 21 January 2016.
  16. ^ "accident description". ASN. Retrieved 25 July 2016.

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