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Perm International Airport

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Perm International Airport (Международный аэропорт Пермь) is an international airport located at Bolshoye Savino, southwest of the city of Perm, Russia. It is the only airport in Perm Krai with scheduled commercial flights, and serves as Perm's main civilian airport, with bus and minibus services operating during the daytime to the city's main bus terminus. Perm International is a joint civil-military airfield, hosting a small number of Mikoyan MiG-31 (NATO: Foxhound) fighters of the Russian Aerospace Forces operated by the 764th Fighter Aviation Regiment which is part of the 21st Composite Aviation Division which is part of the 14th Air and Air Defence Forces Army. History Perm International Airport was first constructed in 1952 as Bolshoye Savino Airport under the personal control of Field Marshal Georgy Zhukov, a national hero in the Soviet Union for his actions as a commander during World War II. Zhukov was later exiled by Joseph Stalin after the war into the Urals
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