Base Airport is Vnukovo (Moscow)

International Airport Vnukovo is the oldest aviation enterprise of Moscow air transport hub that went through great events which were inextricably connected with the history of our country and with the history of national civil aviation as well.
Vnukovo has a special status – for more than sixty years the airport has performed handling of flights for senior government officials, heads of foreign states and governments arriving at Russia.

Basel Aero Company

Company Basel Aero was founded in 2007. Currently, Basel Aero manages airports in Krasnodar, Sochi, Gelendzhik and Anapa.
Basel Aero is one of the leaders in terms of developing Russian regional airports. Basel Aero ranks among the Top 3 airport groups in the Russian Federation (2008-2013).
Basel Aero airports:


Novaport, LLC

Novaport is a rapidly growing network of regional Russian airports which included as at the beginning of 2017 the airports in such cities as Novosibirsk, Tomsk, Barnaul, Chelyabinsk, Volgograd, Astrakhan, Chita, Kemerovo, Tyumen, Perm, Kaliningrad and Mineral waters.
Novaport implements comprehensive development programmes which help to place the airport infrastructure at a totally new level from the perspective of passenger appeal and air traffic performance.
Novaport airports:
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Holding Company «Regional Airports»

«Regional Airports» is a leading federal holding company of Russia having lofty agenda on development of international regional airports.
Currently, the holding company manages Koltsovo Airport, PJSC (Yekaterinburg), International Airport Kurumoch, PJSC (Samara), International Airport Nizhny Novgorod, PJSC (Strigino) and Rostov-on-Don Airport, OJSC.
Holding company «Regional Airports» includes:

Wuhan Tianhe International Airport

The airport serves the city of Wuhan, Hubei Province, PRC. In 2016, the airport took 20,772,000 passengers, which makes it the 14th lively airport of the passenger movement in China. “Tianhe” (天河) literally translates as “the river of the sky”, and is also one of the names for the Milky Way in Chinese.

Wuhan International Airport “Tianhe” GUGAC defines as “An important transport hub of the whole country”.

Changsha International Airport “Huanghua”

The airport serves the city of Changsha, Hunan Province, PRC, as well as nearby cities such as Zhuzhou and Xiangtan. As of 2016, is the 13th busiest civil airport in China. The name “Huanghua” (黄花) can be literally translated as “yellow flower”.

Changsha International Airport “Huanghua” is one of the 12 main airlines of China, an airport that conducts regular international flights and an air port supporting “openness to the outside world”.

Shenzhen Bao’an International airport (Shenzhen, China)


Bao’an International airport airport is 32 km from the city centre.
Shenzhen Bao’an airport was opened in 1991. Its area is 10.8 km2 and consists of two terminals. The airport has two runways.

The main feature of Shenzhen airport is that there is a ferry service to Hong Kong International airport, where passengers can transit through, by passing immigration and customs control, as it would be a normal transit at one airport.

Shenzhen Baoan airport is the fifth busiest airport in the country according to the Chinese civil aviation Administration.
Today, the airport serves more than 40 million passengers a year.

Jinan Yaoqiang International Airport (Jinan, China)


Jinan Yaoqiang International Airport is the airport serving Jinan, the capital of Shandong Province, China. The airport is located approximately 33 kilometres northeast of the city center.
Jinan Yaoqiang International was opened on July, 26 1992.

The airport serves both domestic and international flights.
In 2010 the passenger traffic was amounted to 7.5 million passengers per year.
Today, the International Jinan Yaoqiang airport occupies the 24-th place in China by passenger traffic.

Zhengzhou Xinzheng International Airport (Zhengzhou, China)


The airport is located 37 km southeast of downtown Zhengzhou.
Opened on 28 August 1997, it is the 21st international airport in China.
In 2017, it was the 13th-busiest airport (busiest in central China) by passenger traffic.

Daily domestic and international flights are operated from Zhengzhou Xinzheng international airport. Also, cargo transportation is carried out both inside and outside the country.
In 2016, the passenger turnover amounted to more than 20 million people, which allowed the airport to take the 15th place in the list of the busiest airports in China.

Nanjing Lukou International Airport (Nanjing, China)


Nanjing Lukou international airport-the main passenger air hub, serving the city of Nanjing and settlements in the Yangtze river Delta.
The airport was opened in 1997.
It consists of one terminal and has two runways.
Nanjing Lukou airport serves domestic and international passenger and cargo transportation.
As of 2016, it is the 12th busiest civilian airport in China.

The airport is located at a distance of 45 km from the city center, and is connected to it by long-distance high-speed railway line Ning gao, as well as the S1 line of the Nanjing metro, which in turn connects the airport with the southern railway station of Nanjing.

Nanchang Changbei International Airport (Nanchang city, China)


Nanchang Changbei International Airport is an airport serving Nanchang, the capital of Jiangxi province. It was built in 1999. It consists of 2 terminals and has one runway. The airport serves both local and international flights.

Nanchang international airport is located 28 kilometres north of Nanchang.

Nanchang International airport is the largest in the region. More than 5 million people use its services every year. Today, it is one of the most modern airports in the entire Jiangxi province.