|Elevation AMSL||2,129 ft / 649 m|
Location in Magadan Oblast
Susuman Airport (ICAO: UHMH) is a minor airport built 2 kilometres (1.2 mi) south of Susuman in Magadan Oblast, Russia
It was built during World War II for the Alaska-Siberian (ALSIB) air route used to ferry American Lend-Lease aircraft to the Eastern Front. The airport closed about 1998 and the control tower was converted to an Orthodox church and the airport's main building to a monastery.
The airport reopened in 2012 serving 4 flights a week to Magadan's Sokol Airport.