Ulyanovsk Higher Education School of Civil Aviation is the oldest Russian institution for training of flight crews for civil aviation. Ulyanovsk Higher Education School of Civil Aviation has two branches Krasnokutske Flight School of Civil Aviation and Sasovo Flight School of Civil Aviation. Ulyanovsk Higher Education School of Civil Aviation was established in 1935 in Bataisk city – a small town near Rostov-on-Don. In 1939 Ulyanovsk Higher Education School of Civil Aviation was moved to Ulyanovsk city. Today in Ulyanovsk Higher Education School of Civil Aviation the initial training of pilots is conducted on the aircraft F-1 , F-2 , and higher training is carried out on aircraft ANT-9 , ANT-4 , SB , SS-84. At present Ulyanovsk Higher Education School of Civil Aviation has 4 faculties, 16 departments and teaching staff of 250 professionals. Every year Ulyanovsk Higher Education School of Civil Aviation trains 1500 specialists. During all this time Ulyanovsk Higher Education School of Civil Aviation has trained over 15600 specialists and pilots.
Faculties of Ulyanovsk Higher Education School of Civil Aviation:
The dormitory has a perfect location: grocery stores, cafés, and restaurants with Russian and international cuisine are within walking distance. All city attractions, museums, theaters, historic places are either within walking distance or easy transportation from the dormitory.
The dormitory also is conveniently located in terms of going to and from the airport, either by taxi or via metro.
The dormitory is a corridor-type residential building with shared facilities. One rooms usually accommodates three or four roommates. Entrances to the building are equipped with video surveillance and security posts.
Ulyanovsk (in 1648-1780 – Sinbirsk, in 1780-1924 – Simbirsk) is a city in the European part of Russia, the capital of the Ulyanovsk region, standing on Privolzhsky hill, on the banks of the Volga River (Kuybyshevsky water reservoir) and the Sviyaga River, 879 km southeast of Moscow.
City Day is celebrated on the second Sunday of September. Informal name of the city: Aviation Capital of Russia.
The climate is temperate continental, slightly drier than in central Russia. The average temperature in February – minus 10.4 degrees Celsius, in July – plus 20.2 degrees Celsius.
Ethnic composition according to the census of 2010: Russians (77.65%), Tatars (10.64%), Chuvash (7.02%), Mordvinians (1.30%), Ukrainians (1.02%).
The main industries of the local economy are machine building and metalworking, power engineering. Trade and construction are also quite well developed.
It is an important railway hub (Kuybyshev railway). There are two airports located near the city – Ulyanovsk-Central (ULK) and Ulyanovsk-Vostochny (ULY). Flights to Moscow, Sochi, Ufa, Nizhny Novgorod are available. Ulyanovsk river port is located on the right bank of the Volga, in Zheleznodorozhny district.
Urban transport is presented by trams, trolleybuses, buses, and minivans. Interesting fact, trams can only be found in the right-bank part of the city, while trolleybuses – in the left-bank part (Zavolzhsky district). The banks of the Volga are connected by two bridges.
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