It is Russia’s fifth airport in terms of passengers handled. In 2012, Koltsovo received the World Routes Award as the best airport of the CIS; and in 2013, it hit the top five of the world’s airports according to the World Routes Awards.
New airport complex in Rostov-n-Don is implemented within the framework of a public-private partnership as part of “The Development Of the Transportation System In Russia (2010-2020)” Federal Target Program and the Pr
Samara Kurumoch International Airport is the Volga Region’s largest and most promising airport, and one of Russia’s ten leading airports
Nizhny Novgorod Strigino Airport is one of the most rapidly developing airports in Russia, showing consistent growth rates of all primary indicators.
Realization of the greenfield construction project of the new airport. For the first time in 30 years in Russia.
The Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky airport (Elizovo) is the main air gateway of the Kamchatka Krai. The airport is equipped with a 3400 meters long runway and is capable of handling airliners of any dimension.
Modernization of the Novy Urengoy airport is the first airport infrastructure development project in Russia implemented under the concession agreements law.
Airports of Regions is a leading airport holding in Russia. The holding implements projects with a volume of private investments exceeding 30 billion rubles.
Today the Airports of Regions Holding includes Koltsovo Airport (Ekaterinburg), Kurumoch International Airport (Samara), Nizhny Novgorod International Airport (Strigino) and Rostov-On-Don Airport. The joint passenger flow in 2016 amounted to 9,267,314 people. Besides, the construction of two new airports - Platov in Rostov-On-Don and Centralnyi in Saratov - is underway, also managed by Airports of Regions.