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'Armavir' - military airfield in Krasnodar Territory, located on the southern outskirts of the city Armavir. The 713th Training Aviation Regiment is based at the aerodrome, which is part of the 783rd Training Center. The regiment instructors provide training for fighter aircraft on the Yak-130 L-39 and MiG-29 aircraft.

Armavir
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Summary
Airport typeMilitary
OperatorRussian Air Force
ServesArmavir, Russia
LocationBelaya
Elevation AMSL272 ft / 83 m
Coordinates44°58′09″N 41°06′29″E / 44.96917°N 41.10806°E / 44.96917; 41.10806Coordinates: 44°58′09″N 41°06′29″E / 44.96917°N 41.10806°E / 44.96917; 41.10806
Runways
Direction Length Surface
ft m
16/34 8,202 2,500 Concrete

The possibility is being discussed of creating in Armavir airport but by reconstructing a military aerodrome and bringing it into compliance with the standards of civil aviation aerodromes.[1]

Accidents and disastersEdit

  • September 14, 2006, and in the area Armavir, the L-39 training aircraft crashed during a scheduled training flight. Cadet catapulted, pilot-instructor Dmitry Khrebtov died .
  • February 1, 2008, and the L-39 crashed. During the performance of the flight task, the engine stopped. After two unsuccessful attempts at launch, the pilot took the plane to a safe area and, at a set altitude at 12:25, ejected. Second-class pilot Major Serov safely ejected.[2][3]
  • On September 4, 2014, in the Armavir region, during the training flight, the right landing gear did not come out during the approach to landing at the MiG-31 aircraft at 7:38. Meanwhile, both pilots managed to survive: they ejected after they drove the car into a safe area. Moreover, according to the official representative of the Russian Defense Ministry Igor Konashenkov, the pilots were quickly found and taken by helicopter to the base airfield.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Armavir authorities want to open an airport in the city". Yugopolis.eu. Retrieved 12 March 2019.
  2. ^ [1][dead link]
  3. ^ "В Краснодарском крае разбился учебный самолет". Lenta.ru. Retrieved 12 March 2019.