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Airport in Ulan-Ude allowed Boeing cargo ships to be accepted

Airport in Ulan-Ude allowed Boeing cargo ships to be accepted
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The Baikal International Airport in Ulan-Ude can now receive super-heavy cargo ships. We are talking about Boeing - 777F, Boeing 747-8F and Boeing 747-400F / 400 ERF.

This was announced by the general director of the airport Dmitry Garmaev on his page in Facebook... Baikal Airport is a federal-level Russian hub airport with the ability to receive flights from Asia-Pacific countries for technical landing, refueling and ground handling. The owner of the airport is the Novaport holding.

In 2017, the airport received the status of an open sky of the fifth degree of air freedom, which allows it to receive aircraft of foreign companies for transit flights. After the entry of Buryatia into the Far East, the mechanism of electronic visas applies to it.

In 2018, within the framework of the federal target program "Economic and Social Development of the Far East and the Baikal Region," a new runway was built there, capable of receiving the Boeing 767-300.

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