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About the airport

Overview

Odesa International Airport (IATA: ODS, ICAO: UKOO) is of the largest airports in Ukraine, IATA, ICAO, ACI Europe and Association “Airports of Ukraine” member.

Passenger terminal with capacity of 1000 passengers per hour is designed for international and domestic flights handling.

The Airport is equipped with air traffic control aids, radio landing systems, light-signaling equipment, meteorological equipment under applicable laws of Ukraine.


TERMINAL (launched in 2020)
- Total area 29 000 m2
- PAX capacity/per hour 1 000 PAX/hour
- PAX capacity/per year 4.5-5M PAX
- Check-in desks 26
- Air bridges 4
- Gates 11
- Parking slots 500
- Duty Free - Dufry 800 sq. m.
- F&B 6 units/ 650 sq. m.
- Business lounges 3 ( 2 int + 1 dom)
- Parking slots 500 +

New aerodrome complex

RUNWAY (launched in July 2021)
- Length 2800 m
- Width 45 m
- ILS CATEGORY CATIIIA
- PCN ICAO 75
- Category 4D
- Fire Fighting Category 8

APRON (launched June in 2021)
- PCN ICAO 75
- Stands 6 for a/c type “C”
- 2 for a/c type “D”
- 1 for a/c type “E”
- Air bridges 4
- Total stands number 16


Brief history of Odesa airport

Odesa International Airport accommodated its first passenger flight in 1924. But actually, its history dates back to 1908, when Arthur Anatra, an entrepreneur and aviation amateur, bought a plot of land in a steppe near Odesa, placed a repair and assembling workshop, and then a "school" airfield for training and test flights. Interestingly, the name "School" has stuck to the airfield and even became official.

On May 21st, 1924 airfield “School” accommodated first technical flight, on May 25th — the very first passenger one. Since then, the history of the airport, which is now one of the largest in Ukraine has begun.

Although this was not always the case. It was not even the main airport in Odesa until in 1961, when a runway of 2800 meters, a platform, and a building of the terminal were built on the territory of the "School" airfield. The same year airport began to accommodate airplanes The Tupolev Tu-104. Only three airports of the Ukrainian SSR could then accommodate airliners of this type — and Odesa airport was one of them.