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Anapa Airport


Anapa,Krasnodarskiy Kray,Russia

IATA Code AAQ City Code
City code of AAQ: refers to metropolitan areas of Anapa
Airport Name Anapa Airport City Anapa
Region Krasnodarskiy Kray Country/Region Russia (RU)
Time Zone+03:00ContinentEurope
Airport Type Customs Airport Bank Work Time Table Closed on Saturday and Sunday.
Hub for (Airlines) YC / DP Phone Number +7 800 301-19-91
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Introduction of Anapa Airport

Anapa International Airport (IATA code: AAQ, ICAO code: URKA), also known as Vityazevo Airport is within the top10 Russian airports in terms of domestic passenger traffic. It is an international airport located near Vityazevo village in AnapaRussia. It serves the resort town of Anapa, as well as Novorossiysk and Temryuk with a total population of over 400,000 people.

Passenger traffic of the Anapa airport in 2013 was 739,637 people. The airport is among the top 30 of Russia's busiest airports. Construction of a new terminal began in March 2016, and was completed in July 2017, when the new terminal building became operational.

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