Yakutsk Airport

Yakutsk Airport (Yakut: Дьокуускай Аэропорт, Cokúskay Aeroport; Russian: Аэропо́рт Яку́тск) (IATA: YKS, ICAO: UEEE) is an airport in Yakutsk, Russia. It has one runway (an older runway serves as a parking area for disused aircraft) and has a capacity of 700 passengers per hour. The airport is the hub for five regional airlines, including Yakutia Airlines and Polar Airlines. Construction of the airport started in 1931 and was used as a stopover on the ALSIB Alaska-Siberia air route for American planes flying to Europe during World War II. The present international terminal was built in 1996. The airport serves as a diversion airport on Polar route 4. Yakutsk has another, smaller airport at Magan.

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Yakutsk

Yakutsk (Russian: Якутск; IPA: [jɪˈkutsk]; Yakut: Дьокуускай, Cokúskay, pronounced [ɟokuːskaj]) is the capital city of the Sakha Republic, Russia, located about 450 kilometers (280 mi) south of the Arctic Circle. Population: 269,601 (2010 Census); 210,642 (2002 Census); 186,626 (1989 Census). Yakutsk is a major port on the Lena River. It is served by the Yakutsk Airport as well as the smaller Magan Airport. It is a major supplier of diamonds. Its population is almost 300,000 and its average winter temperature is −34 °C (−30 °F). Yakutsk is the coldest major city in the world.

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