The video shows approach, landing and taxi of a heavy business jet Challenger 604 on runway 30 of Bratsk International Airport (UIBB). in Irkutsk Oblast, Russia located 8 kilometres (5 mi) north of Bratsk.
It is a mixed use airfield, providing 32 parking spaces for medium-sized airliners, as well as a large number of branched fighter revetments. Bratsk airport serves as a diversion airport on Polar route 2.
The 350 IAP (350th Interceptor Aviation Regiment) arrived in 1984 with a number of Tupolev Tu-128 (Fiddler) aircraft. Bratsk was responsible for air defense of most of the Siberian interior region and depended on the long-range capability of the Tu-128 to cover this vast territory. By the 1990s the unit had been upgraded with MiG-31 jets. The 350 IAP was disbanded in 2002.
Currently Bratsk continues to serve a vital civil aviation role as a staging base for cargo flights to Kamchatka. The airport is operated by AeroBratsk, its major civilian tenant.
IFR approach carried out by day in the warm, foggy and windy day. Taxiing ends on the apron, at parking stand number 6.