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New terminal at the airport of Simferopol

Submitted by Visit Plus on Mon, 04/16/2018 - 11:48

The new terminal opened today at the airport in Simferopol in the Crimea. The new terminal complex began accepting airplane passengers today from 08:00 in the morning. The first flight to the new terminal was due to land in Simferopol on Monday at 08:20 am Moscow time.

The airport complex has 55 check-in desks, 8 mobile telescopes, 8 exits to the bus station. Also in the terminal there are 16 escalators and 28 elevators. The new terminal of the airport "Simferopol" will be able to serve up to 3650 passengers per hour and 6.5 million passengers per year. In 2017, Simferopol Airport served 5.13 million passengers.

Simferopol Airport (Ukrainian International Airport Simferopol, Sultan Amet Khan, code of Rosaviation - URFF, IATA: SIP) is located about 14 kilometers north-west of the city center, in the village of Aeroflot in Crimea. Since March 2014 the airport serves only Russian flights. em>

The airport has a direct trolleybus connection and a bus service to Simferopol (the railway station, the bus station "Kurortnaya") and other cities of the Crimea. (Trolleybus route No 55 Simferopol - Yalta is known as the longest trolleybus route in the world.) Some of the public transport routes are extended to the new terminal, some will be serviced at the old bus station.

The bus station located at the operating airport "Central" will continue its work. From it, it will still be possible to leave for most of the settlements of the peninsula. The new terminal will have a bus service to the bus station (the route "New airport terminal - Airport Central (old terminal)).

You can also book an individual transfer from the airport to the desired location on the coastline online.

The table below shows the prices for flights to Crimea for the next few days.


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