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Mykolaiv Airport (Mykolaiv Airport)
Mykolaiv International Airport, also known as Nikolaev Airport (Міжнародний аеропорт Миколаїв, Международный аэропорт Николаев) is an airport in Mykolaiv (Nikolaev in Russian), in the Mykolaiv Oblast of Ukraine. The Class B airport has a modern runway ready to receive aircraft with landing weight up to 220 t and to hold eight Il-76 aircraft equipped with lighting, radio and navigation equipment. The airport is also increased to receive the Airbus 310.

In 1960, Mykolaiv Airport was made into a passenger airport. With of the flow of passengers, in 1975, the boarding terminal was built. In order to have the possibility of receiving and serving airplanes like the Тu (Tupolev)-154, Il(Ilushin)-76, Аn(Antonov)-22, and Il-62, in 1989, the boarding gate at the airport was upgraded.

In 1992, Mykolaiv Airport passed its international certification, through which it was able to accept and handle aircraft from other countries. In 1993, a new passenger terminal was built. In that year the airport received its certificate for the third category of International organization of passenger aviation (IKAO) as an airport for internal flights in the USSR with the right to accept Ty-134 airplanes and airplanes of similar classes.

In April 2007, Mykolaiv Oblast (regional) Council decided to joint-stockicize the airport, with the goal of subsequent privatization. In March 2008, the Oblast Council created a commission for privatization of the enterprise, Mykolaiv International Airport. In January 2009, the Mykolaiv Oblast State Administration reorganized the cooperative enterprise Mykolaiv International Airport into an open stock society. In October 2010, the Mykolaiv Oblast Council canceled its decision to privatize the cooperative enterprise, Mykolaiv International Airport and to reorganize the airport into a public stock society. As was communicated in the session of the County Council, of Mykolaiv County State Administration Igor Katvaluk said: "Until today, not one serious buyer or interested party came to us to invest in our airport. The furthest finding of the airport in procedure of privatization is held its development as a cooperative enterprise". In June 2011, the Mayor of the Oblast Council, Igor Dyatlov asked what support the idea of privatization on the condition of the before term presented airport development plan.

The air terminal complex before 2013 had a throughput capacity up to 400 passengers per hour on internal airline flights and up to 100 passengers per hour on international flights. Since late 2014, the throughput capacity is 300 persons per hour.

Then the airport felt into disarray so that by September 2014, buildings, facilities and customs and border checkpoint had to be prepared to resume operations after the Mykolaiv Oblast State Administration had decided one month earlier to re-open the airport.

In early 2018, Ukraine International Airlines intended to open flights to Mykolaiv in 2019 but still there are no flights yet from the carrier.

On 24 February 2022, Ukraine closed airspace to civilian flights due to Russian invasion of Ukraine. Mykolaiv airport was completely destroyed during the Russian invasion in the spring of 2022.

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Ukraine (Україна, ) is a country in Eastern Europe. It is the second-largest European country after Russia, which it borders to the east and northeast. Ukraine covers approximately 600000 km2. Prior to the ongoing Russian invasion, it was the eighth-most populous country in Europe, with a population of around 41 million people. It is also bordered by Belarus to the north; by Poland, Slovakia, and Hungary to the west; and by Romania and Moldova to the southwest; with a coastline along the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov to the south and southeast. Kyiv is the nation's capital and largest city. Ukraine's state language is Ukrainian; Russian is also widely spoken, especially in the east and south.

During the Middle Ages, Ukraine was the site of early Slavic expansion and the area later became a key centre of East Slavic culture under the state of Kievan Rus', which emerged in the 9th century. The state eventually disintegrated into rival regional powers and was ultimately destroyed by the Mongol invasions of the 13th century. The area was then contested, divided, and ruled by a variety of external powers for the next 600 years, including the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth, the Austrian Empire, the Ottoman Empire, and the Tsardom of Russia. The Cossack Hetmanate emerged in central Ukraine in the 17th century, but was partitioned between Russia and Poland, and ultimately absorbed by the Russian Empire. Ukrainian nationalism developed, and following the Russian Revolution in 1917, the short-lived Ukrainian People's Republic was formed. The Bolsheviks consolidated control over much of the former empire and established the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic, which became a constituent republic of the Soviet Union when it was formed in 1922. In the early 1930s, millions of Ukrainians died in the Holodomor, a man-made famine. During World War II, Ukraine was devastated by the German occupation.
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