Krasnoyarsk Northeast

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Krasnoyarsk Northeast
Airport typeMilitary
Elevation AMSL676 ft / 206 m
Coordinates56°2′30″N 092°54′24″E / 56.04167°N 92.90667°E / 56.04167; 92.90667Coordinates: 56°2′30″N 092°54′24″E / 56.04167°N 92.90667°E / 56.04167; 92.90667
Direction Length Surface
ft m
6,562 2,000 Concrete

Krasnoyarsk Northeast was an air base in Russia located 4 km northeast of Krasnoyarsk. The airfield was the western end of the ALSIB Alaska-Siberia air route for Lend-Lease aircraft during World War II including Bell P-39 Airacobras and North American B-25 Mitchells.[1] The former airfield has been converted into apartment complexes. There was an Antonov An-2 maintenance facility, which is now gone. It was a utilitarian airfield with An-2, An-24, and An-6 aircraft, probably now based at Krasnoyarsk Yemelyanovo Airport.


  1. ^ "Lieutenant Ivan Baranovsky's P-39". Airforce. Retrieved 2012-07-16.