Kaluga Airport (Grabtsevo) is located on the north-eastern border of Kaluga, near the village of Grabtsevo. It serves mainly domestic airlines and several seasonal international destinations.
Kaluga Airport was opened in 1970, at the same time, the first passenger flight to Leningrad took place. Since the 1980s, a group of An-2 aircraft was based at the airport, which performed regional flights and regional agricultural work. In the early 1990s, the route network of Grabtsevo Airport included Voronezh, Kharkiv, Leningrad, and Minsk. In 2001, the airport was closed.
The airport was reopened in 2015 after a thorough reconstruction of the entire complex. St. Petersburg became the starting passenger flight of Komiaviatrans airline. In the same year, the first international charter flight from German Braunschweig arrived with representatives of Volkswagen, whose factory is located nearby. Passenger traffic at Konstantin Tsiolkovsky Airport in 2019 reached 119 thousand passengers.
Information about Kaluga airport
Address: Russia, Kaluga
IATA code: KLF
Local time: +3 GMT
ICAO code: UUBC
The cheapest tickets to Kaluga are in February.
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The cheapest way to fly to Kaluga is on Wednesday, and the most expensive tickets are on Saturday.
The distance from Kaluga to the center of Kaluga is 1 km.
On average, Kaluga serves 0 flights per day.