Zhytomyr Airport

airport in Zhytomyr, Ukraine

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Zhytomyr International Airport

Міжнародний аеропорт «Житомир»
Summary
Airport typePublic
ServesZhytomyr
LocationZhytomyr, Zhytomyr Oblast, Ukraine
Hub forYanair
Coordinates50°16′14″N 28°44′19″E / 50.27056°N 28.73861°E / 50.27056; 28.73861Coordinates: 50°16′14″N 28°44′19″E / 50.27056°N 28.73861°E / 50.27056; 28.73861
Websiteztr.zt.ua
Map
UKKV is located in Ukraine
UKKV
UKKV
Location of Zhytomyr Airport in Ukraine
Runways
Direction Length Surface
ft m
13/31 5,413 1,650 Asphalt, 20/f/d/y/t

Zhytomyr International Airport (Ukrainian: Міжнародний аеропорт «Житомир») (IATA: ZTR, ICAO: UKKV) is an airport in Zhytomyr, Ukraine.

History

The airport started operating in 1939.[1] But in November 2011, it was stripped from its registration as civil airport because it had not received any airplanes since 1990.[1] On 30 December 2015, the airport again received an airport certificate and reopened on 29 January 2016, with the (technical) flight of a Saab 340.[1][2] Maintenance for the fleet of Yanair is provided at Zhytomyr Airport.[1]

On 30 June 2021 the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine adopted an order to open a border checkpoint at Zhytomyr Airport, which will allow it to accept international flights.[3] The following August 12 this checkpoint registered its first plane; an airplane from the United States with two citizens of Ukraine on board.[4] On 27 February 2022, Zhytomyr Airport was hit by 2 Iskander missiles launched from Belarus.

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