History of Vladivostok airport is inextricably linked with the milestones of becoming an airline Vladivostok Air. Nearly 80 years of hard work, people, hopes, wins and aspirations to new achievements are behinds the martime pilots.
In the 30 years of last century in the Soviet Union began the active construction of airports and local allied airlines. In 1931 in Far Eastern region the first airfield and airspace development began. In the summer of 1932, was the first single commercial flights. Began the construction of a hydroaeroport on the Second River (Vladivostok) and the airport, «Key Lakes» (Artem). August 27, 1932 seaplane made its first technical flight, and on September 2 this year, he brought from Khabarovsk to Second River four passengers. The history of Vladivostok enterprise began this day.
Since then passenger flights between Vladivostok and Khabarovsk became regulary. In 1934 the airport on the Second River had been moved to the land, and on its base was established link of the
During the war years planes
In the decade after the war planes
In 1956, the
By this time the airfield, «Key Lakes," had exhausted its ability to accept large numbers of heavy aircraft. From 1959 to 1964. was built complex of ground facilities to allow regular flights of the
The appearance in the 70 years small jet
In 1990 the aviation enterprise enters the international market, by having signed an agreement in Papua — New Guinea on the use of helicopters, the
Since January 1994 we were a Joint Stock Company «Vladivostok Air», which includes the airline and the airport. March 4, 1999 the international terminal «Vladivostok» was put into operation.
In December 2006, at the airport «Vladivostok» airport completed a
February 15, 2008 JSC «Vladivostok Avia» has completed the reorganization in the form of separation of «Vladivostok International Airport» (MAV). The relevant record was entered into on this day in the Unified State Register of Legal Entities.