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Lipki Aerodrome (Belarusian: Аэрадром Ліпкі, Russian: Аэродром Липки) is a civil/military airport serving the city of Minsk, the capital of the Republic of Belarus. It began operating in 1980 during the Soviet era. On 21 August 2002, the government transferred control of the aerodrome from the Defence Ministry of Belarus to the Ministry of Emergency Situations. In 2016, the Minsk Independence Day Parade early rehearsals took place on the airfield. On 24 July 2017, an updated runway and training center were commissioned. The Minsk Aeroclub DOSAAF was transferred to the aerodrome from Borovaya, and the airfield became capable to receive small civil aircraft. As a result, the Republican Aviation Search and Rescue Center of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of was relocated to this site. Si

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  • Ли́пки (белор. Лі́пкі; ИКАО: UMMI) — аэродром совместного базирования, расположенный в Минской области Белоруссии. Находится на восточной окраине Минска, но за пределами городской черты. Используется авиацией МЧС Республики Беларусь, минским парашютным клубом ДОСААФ и авиацией общего назначения.
  • Lipki Aerodrome (Belarusian: Аэрадром Ліпкі, Russian: Аэродром Липки) is a civil/military airport serving the city of Minsk, the capital of the Republic of Belarus. It began operating in 1980 during the Soviet era. On 21 August 2002, the government transferred control of the aerodrome from the Defence Ministry of Belarus to the Ministry of Emergency Situations. In 2016, the Minsk Independence Day Parade early rehearsals took place on the airfield. On 24 July 2017, an updated runway and training center were commissioned. The Minsk Aeroclub DOSAAF was transferred to the aerodrome from Borovaya, and the airfield became capable to receive small civil aircraft. As a result, the Republican Aviation Search and Rescue Center of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of was relocated to this site. Si
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  • Lipki Aerodrome (Belarusian: Аэрадром Ліпкі, Russian: Аэродром Липки) is a civil/military airport serving the city of Minsk, the capital of the Republic of Belarus. It began operating in 1980 during the Soviet era. On 21 August 2002, the government transferred control of the aerodrome from the Defence Ministry of Belarus to the Ministry of Emergency Situations. In 2016, the Minsk Independence Day Parade early rehearsals took place on the airfield. On 24 July 2017, an updated runway and training center were commissioned. The Minsk Aeroclub DOSAAF was transferred to the aerodrome from Borovaya, and the airfield became capable to receive small civil aircraft. As a result, the Republican Aviation Search and Rescue Center of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of was relocated to this site. Since then, Lipki has been the site of an athletic base, a heated hangar for aircraft, helicopter pads, and an automatic weather station. It also has areas in which it provides customs and border control.
  • Ли́пки (белор. Лі́пкі; ИКАО: UMMI) — аэродром совместного базирования, расположенный в Минской области Белоруссии. Находится на восточной окраине Минска, но за пределами городской черты. Используется авиацией МЧС Республики Беларусь, минским парашютным клубом ДОСААФ и авиацией общего назначения.
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