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. Passenger count in 2015 was 5 million.
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).
is available in the 24-hour fenced and attended parking lot. For more information call +380 0652 595-794.