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Tushino Airfield.
Category. Statistic.
Location. Moscow City, Russia.
Opened in. Before 1933. 
Closed in. Still open for civil and military use. The air force now only use it for display, public events work and occasional test flights. War planes used it during WW2.
Operated by. Unknown, most likely a Russian state or corporate entity.
Owned by. Unknown, most likely a Russian state or corporate entity.
Outside link. http://www.gettyimages.co.uk/detail/video/airshow-at-tushino-airfield-in-moscow-to-show-the-world-news-footage/474858512, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tushino_airfield, http://wikimapia.org/118403/Tushino-Airfield, http://self.gutenberg.org/articles/tushino_airfield and http://www.alamy.com/stock-photo-soviet-air-force-day-pageant-helicopters-above-the-tushino-airfield-22974586.html.


A Il-14 on the Tushino airfield.

Tushino Airfield (Russian: Аэродром Тушино) (ICAO: UUUS) is a former general aviation airfield located in Tushino, northwest Moscow, Russia. During the Cold War, this was the site of military exercises showcasing the latest in Soviet innovation. These exercises were held on Soviet Air Fleet Day. War planes used it during WW2.

See also[]

  1. Airports
  2. Noteworthy Air bases