Barnaul Airport is an airport located 17 km from the city of Barnaul, not far from the resorts of Belokurikha and the resorts of Gorny Altai. Commissioned on 12 March 1967. In 1995, the airport was granted the status of an international airport. Since 2008, a new sector with a capacity of 400 people per hour has been operating.
Passenger check-in starts 2-3 hours before departure and ends 40 minutes before departure. First-class and business-class passengers can check in out of turn. On the second floor of the terminal there is a bar, a restaurant, a high-comfort hall and a room for mothers with a child, which serves passengers with children under two years old and pregnant women.
There is a hotel right on the territory of the airport. The price per room per night is 1000-3200 rubles. There is a 24-hour luggage storage at the airport. Items are accepted in the storage room in any form, the main thing is that their weight is less than 50 kg and the dimensions do not exceed 50x50x100.
The airport has one runway of class B. Initially, it was 2000 meters long, but after the reconstruction in 1998, its length was 2800 meters. Since 2001, the airport has been operating a radio beacon landing system.
Along with passenger flights, cargo and mail flights are serviced. The airport is capable of receiving the following aircraft models: AN-12, AN-24, AN-26, AN-28, AN-30, AN-32, AN-72, AN-74, IL-18, IL-62, IL-76, IL-86, Yak-40, Yak-42, Tu-134, Tu-154 B(M), Tu-204, Tu-214, A-310, A-319, A-320, B-737, B-757.
Domestic flights to Barnaul are operated from the following cities: Moscow, St. Petersburg, Vladivostok, Krasnoyarsk, Anapa, Irkutsk, Norilsk, Sochi, Khabarovsk, Yakutsk. And international flights from: Dushanbe, Antalya and Sharm El-Sheikh.