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Overview

Manas is the main international airport in Kyrgyzstan and is located 23 km from the capital, Bishkek. From the head office at Manas all the airports in the country are managed. These include Osh International Airport, Issyk-Kul International Airport and the 8 regional airports in the country. The regional airports in the north include Karakol, Naryn, Talas, Kazarman and in the airports in the south include Jalal-Abad, Kerben, Batken, Isfana. Manas International Airport can handle all types of modern commercial aircraft (except the Airbus 380) with 8,058 international flights annually. It has regular international flights to Russia, Turkey, China, Mongolia, India, UAE, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan. Manas has a 24 hour operation.

Airport Location and Contact
CountryKyrgyzstan
Province or DistrictChui
Nearest Town or City with Distance from the AirportBishkek (18 km)
Airport's Complete NameManas International Airport
Latitude43.053778
Longitude74.469633
Elevation637 m
IATA CodeFRU
ICAO CodeUAFM
Managing Company or Airport AuthorityOpen Joint Stock Company International Airport Manas (MAM OJSC)
Management Contact Person

Primberdiev Murat Duisheevich, Chairman of the Board

Email: vpmanas@airport.kg

Web: http://www.airport.kg
Open From24 hours
Open To24 hours


Airport Pictures

Descriptions and Contacts of Key Companies


Aircraft Handling

Cargo Handling

Passenger Handling

Joint Stock Company Manas International Airport /
Civil Aviation Agency

Joint Stock Company Manas International Airport /
Civil Aviation Agency

Joint Stock Company Manas International Airport /
Civil Aviation Agency


Runway

Runway #1

Runway Dimensions

4,200 m x 30 m

Orientation

08/26

Surface

Concrete (PCN 53) 40 cm thick
ConditionGood

Passenger and Cargo Performance Indicator

Performance for 2019

Per Year
Total Aircraft Movements

Passengers:

20,551 (international)

10,283 (domestic)

Cargo:

314 flights (Jan-Jun 2020)

Total Passengers3,683,347 passengers
Total Capacity of the Airport (MT)100,000 MT (annual)
Current Activity of the Airport (MT)N/A
Current use by humanitarian flights (UNHAS)N/A

Helicopter Pad(s)

Helipad #1

Present (Yes / No)

Yes

Largest helicopter that can land

The runway is used to land helicopters

Width and Length (metres)

World's largest helicopters can land

Surface

Reinforced Concrete (PCN 53) 40cm thick


Airport Infrastructure Details

Customs

Yes

JET A-1 fuel

Yes

Immigration

Yes

AVGAS 100

Yes

Terminal Building

Yes

Single Point Refueling

Yes

Passenger Terminal

Yes

Air Starter Units

Yes

Cargo terminal

Yes

Ground Power (mobile)

Yes

Pax transport to airfield

Yes

Ground Handling Services

Yes

Control Tower

Yes

Latrine Servicing

Yes

Weather Facilities

Yes

Fire Fighting Category (ICAO)

9

Catering Services

Yes

De-icing Equipment

Yes

Base Operating Room

Yes

Parking Ramp Lighting

Yes

Airport Radar

Yes

Approach & Runway Lights

Yes

NDB

Yes

VOR

Yes

ILS

Yes




Airport Operating Details

Operating Details
Maximum sized aircraft which can be offloaded on bulk cargo:World’s biggest (except Airbus 380)
Maximum sized aircraft that can be offloaded on palletIL-76, B747 and Antonov-124
Total aircraft parking area210,000
Storage Capacity3,300 m²
Cargo Handling Equipment Available (Yes / No)YesIf "Yes" specify below
Elevators / Hi Loaders (Yes / No)Yes / NoMax Capacity (mt)16 MT
Can elevators / hi loaders reach the upper level of a B747 (Yes / No)Yes
Loading Ramps (Yes / No)Yes, 2

Customs Guidance

Entry Point Details

Entry Point Location and Type (sea, land, air, etc.)

Air, Manas International Airport

Name of Customs Officer in Charge / Head of Customs Office


Title

Head of Customs department “Manas”

Address

International airport “Manas”, Sokuluk district, Chui province, Kyrgyzstan, 724800

Operating Hours

24/7

Telephone Number

+996 (312) 69-35-69; 69-36-94

Fax Number

+996 (312) 69-35-69

Telex

N/A

Telegram

International airport “Manas”, Sokuluk district, Chui province, Kyrgyzstan, 724800

Email

manasmail@customs.gov.kg

Web

http://www.customs.kg/index.php/ru/custorg/mnscust

Language(s) Correspondence

Russian, Kyrgyz

Warehouse

There is an Air-cargo center at the airport that has a capacity of 3360m² operated by Manas Management Company. The first two days storage is free. They are able to clear all goods through customs. It has a designed capacity of 100 000 tonnes per year.

Customs Information and Document Requirements

When cargo arrived by air to “Manas” International Airport (30 km out of Bishkek), the cargo temporarily stored in cargo terminal operated by Manas Management Company.

It is important that correct consignee details reflected in waybill, so cargo terminal dispatcher can contact timely the agency focal point upon arrival of cargo.

The customs clearance procedures may start, which will require following documentation:

1. Conclusion letter from MLSD on humanitarian nature of cargo (for food items), or Confirmation letter from DS MFA (for NFIs). It is important that these letters addressed to Head of Customs Department “Manas”, which will clear the cargo. In order to avoid demurrage fee in cargo terminal (only first 2 days free of charge), the letters from MLSD or DS MFA for duty/tax free customs clearance should be obtained before arrival of cargo to Kyrgyzstan.

2. Standard application letter to Head of Customs Department “Manas” specifying cargo sender, consignee, description, quantity, net/gross weight, cost, origin, list of shipping documents and number of power of attorney.

3. Power of Attorney for agency focal point responsible for customs clearance of cargo (mandatory to reflect: full name, passport details, description of cargo, quantity, cost, expiry date of power of attorney).

4. Copy of passport.

5. Invoice (original copy) and certified translation into Russian language.

6. Waybill (original copy).

7. Certificate of origin (original copy) and certified translation into Russian language. Mandatory for food commodity.

8. Phytosanitary Certificate and certified translation into Russian language. Mandatory for food commodity.

9. Act of customs survey of cargo.

10. Identifier of customs declaration form (issued by customs broker after entry of cargo details and shipping documents into unified customs clearance system).

11. Certificate of Conformity issued by Center for Standardization and Metrology under the Ministry of Economy of the Kyrgyz Republic. The certificate submitted to customs authorities after offloading of cargo and receipt of lab test results. Meanwhile, agency focal point should provide to customs authorities guarantee letter with deadline for submission of Certificate of Conformity.

Remarks: If cargo is communication equipment having radio-frequency radiation or are a source of electromagnetic waves, agency focal point should apply to National Communication s Agency for obtaining permission for import of cargo. Detailed instruction for application can be found at following link:

http://nas.gov.kg/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=68&Itemid=163&lang=en.

After completion of customs clearance procedures, the cargo released from cargo terminal only after payment of storage fee (if storage duration exceeded 2 days from arrival), as well handling fee of cargo in cargo. The amount will depend on the weight of cargo.

Clearing System

Organizations are able to clear their own goods. The main clearing/forwarding agent is DHL, who charge in average $150 USD per consignment. Contact details for DHL and other clearing/forwarding companies provided above.

Storage Facilities

The air-cargo center at Manas airport is located adjacent to aircraft parking area and has 3,360 m² of storage space. The air-cargo center is run by CJST Manas Management Company and equipped with a climate control system and protected warehouses. It has freezing and refrigeration units, separate chambers for storing valuable, toxic, explosive, radioactive and other types of goods. The air-cargo center can provide loading/unloading for any type of aircraft, secure storage of goods and consolidation. Annual capacity of the air-cargo center is 100,000 mt of cargo.

Closed Joint Stock Company Manas Management Company is a commercial entity founded in 1998. Shareholders of CJSC Manas Management Company"are JSC International airport Manas and the Austrian company T & F Trade & Finance Gesm.bH. CJSC Manas Management Company"includes the air cargo center and catering, which are equipped with all the necessary specialized equipment for effective and timely handling of aircraft.  

Airfield Costs

Navigation Charges

Navigation charges are not imposed on humanitarian aid related freights, provided that the preliminary information including total  freight weight, number of flights, dates are submitted to the Kyrgyz air navigation agency.

Phone + 996 312 69 34 27 / Fax + 996 312 69-39-82

Navigation Charges (US$)

Aircraft Weight – MTOW (kg)

Navigation (per journey)

3,500

32.41 per 100 km

3,501  

10,000

32.41 per 100 km

10,001

20,000

32.41.per 100 km

20,001

50,000

32.41 per 100 km

50,001

100,000

46.31 per 100 km

100,001  

200,000

56.73 per 100 km

200,001

and over

57.89 per 100 km

Note: Rate as of 21.12.2014       1 US$=59.60 KGS


Airfield Charges

Airfield Charges (KGS)

Aircraft Weight – MTOW (kg)

Landing

Night Landing

Night Take-off

Parking

0  

1,500

C 172

713 per ton

713 per ton plus 20% of total landing fee

713 per ton plus 20% of total landing fee

15% of take off/landing fee

1,501    

2,500

C 205

713 per ton

713 per ton plus 20% of total landing fee

713 per ton plus 20% of total landing fee

15% of take off/landing fee

2,501    

5,000

C 208

713 per ton

713 per ton plus 20% of total landing fee

713 per ton plus 20% of total landing fee

15% of take off/landing fee

5,001      

10,000

DC-3

713 per ton

713 per ton plus 20% of total landing fee

713 per ton plus 20% of total landing fee

15% of take off/landing fee

10,001   

20,000

Dash-7

713 per ton

713 per ton plus 20% of total landing fee

713 per ton plus 20% of total landing fee

15% of take off/landing fee

20,001    

40,000

Dash-8

713 per ton

713 per ton plus 20% of total landing fee

713 per ton plus 20% of total landing fee

15% of take off/landing fee

40,001     

80,000

An-12

713 per ton

713 per ton plus 20% of total landing fee

713 per ton plus 20% of total landing fee

15% of take off/landing fee

80,001

120,000

B757

713 per ton

713 per ton plus 20% of total landing fee

713 per ton plus 20% of total landing fee

15% of take off/landing fee

120,001

180,000

B767

713 per ton

713 per ton plus 20% of total landing fee

713 per ton plus 20% of total landing fee

15% of take off/landing fee

180,001  

300,000

IL-76

713 per ton

713 per ton plus 20% of total landing fee

713 per ton plus 20% of total landing fee

15% of take off/landing fee

300,001

and over

An-124

713 per ton

713 per ton plus 20% of total landing fee

713 per ton plus 20% of total landing fee

15% of take off/landing fee

Notes

  1. Night landing hours are between 21:00 and 06:00 (March to September) and 19:00 to 06:00 (October to February).
  2. Parking charges are: for each 3 hours for passenger aircraft, 6 hours for cargo aircraft.
  3. All of these charges are administered by and are the same for all airports in Manas International Airport and are the same for all airports in the country.

Fuel Services Charges

The cost of refueling is 380 KGS per mt of jet fuel.  

Aircraft Handling Charges

Aircraft Handling Schedule

Aircraft Weight – MTOW kgs

Charges (USD)

0

1,500

C 172

$10

1,501    

2,500

C 205

$20

2,501  

5,000

C 208

$25

5,001    

10,000

DC-3

$40

10,001

20,000

Dash-7

$65

20,001   

40,000

Dash-8

$102

40,001  

80,000

An-12

$223

80,001

120,000

B757

$585

120,001    

180,000

B767

$820

180,001  

300,000

IL-76

$1,345

300,001

and over

An-124

$1,750

Aircraft Servicing Charges

Aircraft Servicing Charges

Service

Ad-Hoc / (KGS)

Chocks Per operation

NA

Stairs Per unit per hour

1,000

GPU Per hour

630 per

ASU Per hour

1,860

Loader Per hour

2,968

Toilet Service Per aircraft

738

Pushback Per operation

3,614

Trailer/dolly Per operation

496

Cargo Terminal Charges

Import

Rate EUR / kg

Handling Charge per kg

.95

Break Bulk Fee

No fee

Diplomatic Mail

0.036 storage + 0.125 load/unload + 2%tax 

Strong Room - per consignment

  • 0-50 kg: 15 EUR per day
  • 50 kg and above: 0.30 EUR per kg 

Cold Storage Fee

  • 0-100 kg: 0.29 EUR
  • 100-200 kg: 0.24 EUR
  • 200-300 kg: 0.22 EUR 
  • 300-400 kg: 0.20 EUR 
  • 400-500 kg: 0.17 EUR 
  • 500-1,000 kg: 0.15 EUR 
  • 1,000 kg and above: 0.12 EUR

Delivery outside normal working hours

24 hour operation 

Preparation of substitute AOA - Invoice - Receipt

No charge 

Storage per kg per day - Grace period? hours

  • First 2 days free
  • 3-6 days: 0.036 EUR per kg
  • 7 -10 days: 0.072 EUR per kg
  • 11-14 days: 0.108 EUR per kg

Export

Rate / kg

Handling charges - Unpalletized cargo

$0.95

International Air WayBill

$50

Local Air WayBill

No charge

Air Way Bill Amendment - Cancellation

No charge

Air Way Bill Documentation

No charge

Diplomatic Mail

No charge

Storage charges per kg per day

  • First 2 days: free
  • 3-6 days: 0.036 EUR per kg
  • 7-10 days: 0.72 EUR
  • 11-14 days: 0.108 EUR 

Air-bridge Charges

Passenger boarding bridge costs 3,746 KGS per hour.

Security

The security at Manas International Aiport is good.


For more information, please see the following link: 4.5 Kyrgyzstan Airport Company Contact List

Information on some aviation service providers can be found at: http://www.azfreight.com/