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Ukraine Air Force Bases

Ukraine has numerous derelict Soviet-era military airfields, with fields in blossom on one side of the runway, and MiGs napping peacefully on the other side.

Belbek UKFB?? x MiG-29
?? x L-39
Sevastopol, 204 vinisuval'na Brigade. As of March 2014 Belbek Airport hosted 45 MiG-29 fighter jets and 4 L-39 training jets. However, only four fighters and one training aircraft were currently operational.
Vinnitsa
Havryshivka/ Gavrivka
UKWW?? x An-26
?? x An-24
?? x MI-8
?? x MI-9
Vinnytsia Oblast
456th Transport Aviation BDE
Kharkiv North Aircraft Factory
Kolomyia / Kolomyja 32 x MiG-29114th Tactical Aviation BDE
48 OGRAP to 2004 Sous-MR transferred in Starokonstantinov. alternate aerodrome
Kulbakino 7 x Il-76
3 x Tu-95
10 x Su-24
25 x Su-25
? x L-39
orbat as of 2013
299 Assault Brigade,
Nicholas specialized center of combat training air forces of Ukraine.
Melitopol 42 x Il-76, Il-78 zaporozhje region, 25 transport avabrigada
Myrhorod / MirgorodUKBM29 x MiG-29
?? x Su-27
Poltava region,
831 Brigade tactical Aviation
6 x MiG-29 operational as of 2011
Starokostiantyniv /
Starokonstantinov
28 x Su-24M
12 x Su-24MR
7th Tactical Aviation BDE
Khmelnytsky Oblast.
Vasylkiv
Vasilkov
UKKV16 x MiG-29
?? x L-39
40th Tactical Aviation BDE of Kyiv Oblast
Zaporizhia 29 x Il 76
6 x MiG-25
9 x Su-7
2 x An-24
orbat as of 2013

Kyiv had agreed to withdraw all military forces from Crimea, but Russia apparently preferred to take action. Russian soldiers without insignias broke into Belbek airbase 22 March 2014 facing no apparent resistance from Ukrainian troops, many of whom turned their backs on the Russian forces and sang the Ukrainian national anthem as events unfolded. For days, Ukrainian soldiers at Belbek had refused to abandon their posts, saying they had received no orders from the interim government in Kyiv. Ukrainian defense officials said at least one Ukrainian soldier was wounded in the siege.

Belbek was the last major military holdout against the Russian takeover of Crimea, as most Ukrainian defenses across the peninsula had already been overrun, with many troops vacating their posts or joining up with Russian forces. The siege followed an ultimatum issued by Russian forces earlier in the day that called for Ukrainian troops at the base to surrender. Belbek also shares facilities with the international airport in Sevastopol, where Russia has a large naval base.

Former Ukraine Air Force Bases

Artsyz UKHA Odessa oblast. Base is disbanded. Airfield uses place 1st flying club.
Bagerove UKFR Autonomous Republic of Crimea, the host does not exist.
Berdichev UKBR Zhytomyr region, disbanded.
Berdyansk disbanded
Bila TserkvaUKBC Kyiv Oblast, spare.
BlyzniukKharkov region, host does not exist.
Bolhrad Odessa oblast, disbanded.
Borispol An-30 MI-8, An-26, Tu-134. 15 transport Brigade
Brody UKLBMI-24, MI-8 Lviv region, army aircraft
Bulik UKOBOdessa oblast, disbanded.
Cervonoglnska base is disbanded.
Chernihiv l-39 training base, was 701 aviation training Regiment, aircraft .
Chernivtsi An-30 86 ODRAE 1996 disbanded, aircraft transferred to Boryspil.
Chertkov Su-25 disbanded. converted into Kul'bakno.
Chorodok disbanded.
Chuguev L-39, an-26, an-26, MI-8Kharkiv oblast, 203 educational avabrigada
Cornobavka MI-24, MI-8Kherson region
DniprovskeSU-24, Su-MR Aviation of the RUSSIAN
Dobrnka Chernihiv oblast
Donuzlav The Navy in Sak, alternate.
Dubno Base today the aerodrome is not to establish, dismantled
Dzhankoy Crimea, society for promotion of the armed forces of Ukraine-52.
Henichesk Kherson region, disbanded.
Horodnial-39 training base, aircraft
Ivangorod Cherkasy oblast, Uman
Ivano-FrankivskMiG-29 114 vinisuval'na Brigade
Kachabe-12, an-12, Tu-134, Ka-27, Ka-29Navy
Kalinov MI-8, MI-24Lviv oblast
Kalynivka vinnytska oblast
Kajdaki Dnepropetrovsk
Kanatovo base is disbanded.
Kirovskoye base was flight test center of the Air force of Ukraine.
Konotop plant
Korosten disbanded.
Kramatorsk 636 AP disbanded in 1996. Su-15 TM from the regiment were written off for scrap. uses a flying club.
Krivoy Rog Dnepropetrovsk region, disbanded.
Kupyansk today does not exist. Dismantled.
Lebedyn Sumy region, disbanded.
Levkvka Kharkov oblast
Liubsha the Lviv region, disbanded.
Lugansk
Lutsk Volyn ' region, disbanded, the aerodrome spare, plant.
Lymanske Odesa region disbanded, remaining plant.
Mariupol Donetsk region
Mukachevo base is not there, the host
Nizhyn An-32, MI-8 MES of Ukraine.
Ochakov
Okhtyrka UKOAL-39 to 1999 Today the aerodrome is not there dismantled.
Ovruch Su-24 Zhitomir region, base is disbanded.
Ozerne MiG-29, Su-27.based on mixed IB, - airbase closed
Palmyra Cherkasy oblast disbanded
Poltavabase is disbanded, alternate aerodrome. Museum of aviation.
Popilnia Zhitomir region, disbanded.
Pryluky Tu-160, Tu-22 m3 Chernihiv region, disbanded.
Pustohorod Sumy oblast, disbanded.
RauhvkaMI-24, MI-8 Odessa oblast. disbanded in 1999. 287-separate helicopter Regiment
Saki be-12, an-26, an-2, Ka-27, MI-14, MI-8Crimea, 10 Naval Aviation Brigade,.
Shypyntsi 5 MI-8 96th separate mixed aviation eskadril , Chernivtsi oblast. disbanded
Stryy Base Tu-22 M, Tu-16, MIG-23 aerodrome does not exist, dismantled. Lviv region.
Tokmakzaporozhje region, is disbanded.
Uman 202 base. academic, Disbanded in 2002.
Uzin base is disbanded.
Vapnyarka UKWV Vinnytsia Oblast, the host does not exist.
Velyka Krucha Poltava oblast, disbanded.
Vesele Crimea, disbanded, alternate.
Voznesensk UKOW disbanded, alternate.
Zhovtneve Volyn region, disbanded, the aerodrome pulled does not exist.
Zhovtneve Tu-22 m3 943 MRAP 2 I Mrad , disbanded, Crimea.
Zhulyany an airport.



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