Ulan Ude Airport Reviews


Ulan Ude Airport Reviews

Ulan-Ude Airport or Lake Baikal Airport (Russian: Аэропорт Улан-Удэ (Байкал)) (IATA: UUD, ICAO: UIUU) is an international airport located 12 kilometres (7.5 mi) west of Ulan-Ude, Russia.

In 2006, Ulan Ude Airport underwent an overhaul of its runway, costing RUR 330 million (USD 10 million). In 2007 the airport underwent renovation of its taxiways and parking areas, at a cost of RUR 230 million. In November, 2006, the Russian government announced the decision to create a special economic zone 170 km away of Ulan-Ude at Lake Baikal with plans of upgrading the airport. The plans include building a second runway, enlarging the original runway, and improving passenger facilities to accommodate one million passengers in 2010.

The Ulan Ude Airport includes a single terminal built in early 1980s along with customs and border control facilities. With capacity of 400 passengers per hour, in 2011 the Ulan Ude Airport served 187,770 passengers (up 12% from 2010) and handled 2,040 aircraft.


ATMs / Cash Machines – Yes
Baggage Trolleys – Carts are available free of charge.
Car Rentals – not available
Food / Restaurants – There are food kiosks and a cafe.
Luggage Storage / Lockers – Location: Arrivals Hall. Rates: from 100 rubles per 24 hours for a normal locker. For larger lockers, the rate is 200 rubles per 24 hours.
Showers – Not available
Internet: WiFi is available at the Lake Baikal Airport for a fee. WiFi is free inside the business lounge.

Airport opening hours:
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Ulan Ude Airport Official Website

Ulan Ude Airport Map

Ulan Ude Airport Weather Forecast

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