Simferopol Mizhnarodny (SIP) Airport

Simferopol Mizhnarodny SIP Airport Overview

Simferopol International Airport SIP serves the Crimean peninsula on the Black Sea, which has been (until March 2014) an 'Autonomous Republic of Crimea, Ukraine' - and is now part of the Russian Federation. The Airport is gateway to Simferopol and surrounding areas offering resort destinations for sun-starved vacationers.
SIP Airport is located in the city of Simferopol, accessible from nearby motorway HO5 and connecting motorways P25,  M-18 & E105.

Simferopol International Airport has a very long runway and had a yearly passenger count of about 1.1M.  Following the establishment of state border crossing points, international flights have been opened in June 2014, even though currently only Russian airlines serve the airport.  By late July 2014 it was claimed that the Airport reached its one millionth passenger.

The passenger terminal complex at Simferopol Mizhnarodny Airport is divided by a center building & Terminals A, B & C.  The center building has a flight tower & a restaurant - with Terminal B to the left (divided into Sectors 1, 2 & 3; Terminal C behind the center building, and Terminal A (the largest terminal) at the right end.  
Terminal A is the Arrivals Terminal for both international & domestic flights.

Amenities and services inside the terminals include a VIP lounge, a business lounge, luggage wrapping, luggage storage, Lost & Found, Most stores and cafes are located separately in the ‘commercial area’ of the Airport. Disabled passengers are served via the First-Aid post (tel: +380-652-595306).
Parking is available in the 24-hour fenced and attended parking lot. For more information call +380 0652 595-794.




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