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#1 Jorgen

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Posted 07 December 2014 - 05:03

Dear fellow simmers,

 

I have some Russian airports installed, where the authors (thanks, all you creative people!) have written the airport names in Cyrillic script, which doesn't show up too well on an English-language computer and FSX, but shows as question marks and other characters.

 

These airports are: UEEK, UEEX, UEML, UEMU, UEM1, UEQC, UEQD, UEQK, UEQM, UEQN, UEQ1 and UEQ2.

 

I have tried to Google these codes, but get no names.

 

If anyone can supply airport names, cities and state/provinces, I'd be most grateful, as now then I can see where I'm flying from.

 

Thanks in advance for any help -

 

Jorgen



#2 AlexKz

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Posted 07 December 2014 - 07:48

Hello! I think, most of this codes are fictive ICAO codes (not all airfileds in ex-USSR have icao-code). But to add airport to FS, icao code are needed.
 
I founded next codes:
UEEX - Belkachi
UEML - Solnechny
UEQC - Ejanci
UEQK - Kypci
UEQM - Ust-Maya (Ust-Mile)
UEQN - Allakh-Yun
 
P.S. Airports are located in region of Sakha (Yakutiya), see north-east from lake Baykal :-)


#3 Nick_D

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Posted 07 December 2014 - 08:13

Hi, Jorgen!
 

UEEK - Yugoryonok (Югорёнок), small town in the Sakha Republic, Russia. 59°45'17"N   137°41'19"E.

UEEX - Belkachi (Белькачи), village in the Sakha Republic, Russia. 59°11′18.9″N 131°54′20.9″E

UEML - Ust'-Ynykchan (Усть-Ыныкчан) aka Solnechny (Солнечный) a small town (now a ghost town) in the Sakha Republic, Russia. 60°12'40"N   137°28'9"E

UEMU - Ust-Maya (Усть-Мая), small town and the administrative center of Ust-Maysky District of the Sakha Republic, Russia 60° 24′ 55″ N, 134° 32′ 50″ E

UEQC - Ezhantsy (Эжанцы), - village in the Sakha Republic, Russia. 60°28′45.5″N 135°08′53.9″E

UEQD - Dzhebariki-Khaya (Джебарики-Хая), small town in Tomponsky District of the Sakha Republic, Russia. 62°11′25.8″N 135°51′54.3″E

UEQK - Kyuptsy (Кюпцы) small town in the Sakha Republic, Russia. 60°51′30.9″N 135°18′28.8″E

UEQM - Ust'-Mil' (Усть-Миль) village in the Sakha Republic, Russia. 59°38'24"N   133°6'36"E

UEQN - Allakh-Yun (Аллах-Юнь) - village in the Sakha Republic, Russia. 61°08′33.2″N 138°01′51.6″E

UEM1\UEQ1\UEQ2- i dnt know, sorry :\

 

Nick.


Edited by Nick_D, 07 December 2014 - 08:52.


#4 Jorgen

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Posted 07 December 2014 - 11:59

Danm.... Wow.... thanks, guys for a VERY quick response!

 

UEM1, UEQ1 and UEQ2 may be navigational aids, or I have seen something like those with the comment "Flatten only".

 

Thanks again -

 

Jorgen



#5 Jorgen

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Posted 07 December 2014 - 12:43

And of course I found one more... how about UEQL?  :D

 

Thanks in advance again -

 

Jorgen



#6 AlexKz

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Posted 07 December 2014 - 13:55

UEQL - Eldikan, http://wikimapia.org...=b&search=UEQL Also in Sakha (Yakutia).



#7 Jorgen

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Posted 08 December 2014 - 05:25

Thanks again to everyone for the quick responses!

 

Jorgen



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Posted 23 December 2014 - 07:58

I have tried to Google these codes, but get no names.


Jorgen, sorry for late reply.
If you're going to continue searching Russian airports further on, you'd better use yandex.ru search system. It works better than Google for rare Russian things. At least all the airports you mentioned can be found through that system, except for those with figures (UEQ1 etc.)
The only problem is that the found sites will be in Russian language, so you will need to transliterate the airport names from cyrillics into latinics.