Aircraft Boneyard at Abkhazia Airport

Abandoned Sukhumi Babushara Airport in Abkhazia ABANDONED SPACES
Discover an aircraft boneyard at Sukhumi Babushara Airport in Abkhazia. There is a storage area for aircraft that are retired from service. Most aircraft at Abkhazia boneyard are either kept for storage with some maintenance or have their parts removed for reuse or resale and are then scrapped.

Sukhumi Babushara Airport (IATA: SUI, ICAO: UGSS) is the main airport of Abkhazia. The Sukhumi Babushara Airport in Abkhazia was built in the 1960s when Abkhazia was still a part of the Soviet Union.

Discover an aircraft boneyard at Sukhumi Babushara Airport in Abkhazia. There is a storage area for aircraft that are retired from service. Most aircraft at Abkhazia boneyard are either kept for storage with some maintenance or have their parts removed for reuse or resale and are then scrapped.

The airfield itself is now occupied by the Air Force of Abkhazia, consisting of five light L-39 attack aircraft and six helicopters.


Abandoned Sukhumi Babushara Airport in Abkhazia
Photo: © Vladimir Mulder / vmulder.livejournal.com

Abandoned Sukhumi Babushara Airport in Abkhazia
Photo: © Vladimir Mulder / vmulder.livejournal.com

Abandoned Sukhumi Babushara Airport in Abkhazia
Photo: © Vladimir Mulder / vmulder.livejournal.com

Abandoned Sukhumi Babushara Airport in Abkhazia
Photo: © Vladimir Mulder / vmulder.livejournal.com

Abandoned Sukhumi Babushara Airport in Abkhazia
Photo: © Vladimir Mulder / vmulder.livejournal.com

Abandoned Sukhumi Babushara Airport in Abkhazia
Famous Yak-40 — the plane of President Eduard Shevardnadze, which he used during the war in 1993. Now aircraft is abandoned and just a part of the boneyard.
Photo: © Vladimir Mulder / vmulder.livejournal.com

See other posts on the Abandoned Airport in Abkhazia here:

1 Abandoned Sukhumi Babushara Airport in Abkhazia

2 Aircraft Boneyard at Abkhazia Airport

3 Abandoned Ground support equipment at Abkhazia Airport

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