Moscow Bykovo Airport
Moscow Bykovo Airport

Bykovo Airport Moscow (Moscow Bykovo Airport). Official site. 

Bykovo Airport is a former Moscow airport. Located on 35 km southeast of the city center. Zhukovsky was connected with the city of Kazan direction of the railway and Zhukovsky highway. 

In October 2010 18 year the airport was closed for aircrafts and helicopters of civil aviation. He served as a helicopter landing pad, owned by the Russian Interior Ministry. Until October 2011 years at the airport based air taxi "Dexter", later moved to the airport Ramenskoye.

In 2011 year Bykovo airport was excluded from the register of civil aerodromes, work began on the demolition of the complex air terminal facilities.


The airfield was built in 1933 year and engaged service flights to the industrial centers of the country. Originally it built GVPP.

In 1936, in connection with the reconstruction of the central airport, all flights were carried out with Bykov, temporarily serve as the capital's airport.
During the war the runway was built of brick sizes 1000h80 meters.

With 1948, began to operate passenger aircraft Li-2, after IL-12, IL-14.

With 1950-ies commissioned a single dispatch and command center with radar.

Since the beginning of 60-ies of the runway was rebuilt, the coating was made of asphalt concrete, which expanded the list of accepted vessels. It began service AN-24.

In 1968 year Bykovskii Squadron made one of the first passenger flight on Yak-40 jet route Bykovo - Kostroma and back.
     At the start of the 70, the passenger turnover was 1 million. It was decided to build a new terminal building with a capacity of 400 passengers / hour. In 1975, the new air terminal was commissioned.

Rather short runway was the cause of incidents involving the aircraft after landing was rolled out beyond it. In 1979 year was increased length 2200 m and installed light-signal alert.

In 1980, the airport began to take Yak-42, was opened in Krasnodar flight.

In 1990, the airport handled about 2,8 million passengers. With 1994 years after the privatization of the airport began to be called "Bulls-Air." The company serves domestic flights.

Last regular flights from Moscow to Nizhny Novgorod performed by "Center-Avia" to 2009 years.

Until 2011, the airport operates charter transportation.

The types of aircraft taken


• An-12;

• IL-76;

• Yak-42;

• Tu-154.

All types of helicopters.

Repair base

The area of ​​the airport there is a repair plant, the so-called Barzu. The plant engaged in the repair of aircraft from different manufacturers - from Y-2 to modern aircraft Yak-42 and IL-76. Now the factory is specialized and engaged in repair of engines D-30.

Development prospects

After closing, it was assumed that a new international airport with passenger traffic indicators up to 500 thousand per year would be organized on the basis of the airport. Later it became known that the renovation will not, and the company is likely to begin to deal with special purpose aviation services.

Interesting information

Bykovo Airport is unique in its meteorological station. Location site was carried out in violation of the rules. Therefore, because of the close proximity to the terminal temperature is constantly overestimated for a couple of degrees. This feature makes Vnukovo most "warm" in the neighborhood.

During the passage of the International Space in Moscow air show on the basis of the airport was equipped parking for cars of visitors, who numbered about 15 thousand cars.


Basic data:

  • Former Moscow Regional Airport lines, closed at the end of the year 2011.

  • Airport coordinates: latitude 55.62, longitude 38.06.

  • GMT time zone (winter / summer): + 4 / + 4.

  • Country Airport location: Russia.

  • IATA airport code: BKA.

  • ICAO airport code: UUBB.

  • Internal code: BKV.

  • Based airlines: Dexter (Dexter).


Moscow Bykovo Airport on the map:


Contact details:

  • Email the airport: [email protected].

  • Airport Fax: +74957881156.

  • Airport management phone: +74955584933.

  • The mailing address of the airport: Sovetskaya st., 19, Bykovo village, Ramenskiy district, Moscow region, 140150.


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Bykovo Airport (Moscow). Official site


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