Simferopol International Airport in Crimea will open a new terminal April 16, which will be able to handle 3,650 passengers per hour or 6.5 million per year. It is equipped with 55 check-in counters, eight jet bridges and eight standard gates. It is also equipped with 16 moving staircases and 28 elevators to create a barrier-free environment. On April 11, the airport carried out a main terminal test, which used 400 volunteers, students, bloggers, media representatives to play the role of ...

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