Aviation Rescue Center of EMERCOM of Russia

A hangar for airplane and helicopter repair

Khabarovsk Aviation Rescue Center of EMERCOM of Russia
Hangar for airplane and helicopter repair
Foundation type
Concrete slabs
1800 m²
Production time
April 2020
Number of hangars
Deployment time
80 hours


In April 2020, a pneumohangar was installed for the Aviation Rescue Centre of EMERCOM of Russia at the Khabarovsk Tsentralny airdrome.

Before assembling the hanger, the Client had to maintain and repair Mi-8, Mi-26 helicopters and An-74, Be-200ChS airplanes on the open air. Low temperatures and strong wind made the technicians’ work hard, that’s why it was needed to create a reliable shelter, which could accommodate different types of air vehicles, as soon as possible.

The solution was a mobile aviation hangar with internal dimensions 40х45 meters and 22 meters high completed with 37 m wide and 13 m high pneumatic gates, heating system, light system, and fire alarm system.




About the Client

A permit for construction was not needed for assembling the pneumohangar, the structure was installed on the site made from airfield plates in close proximity to the flight strip. The new pneumohangar allows creating comfortable working conditions for staff, increase the speed and quality of aviation facilities maintenance.

The Angarstroy  company completed the order for EMERCOM of Russia in the shortest possible time. In just 3 months, work was completed on the engineering, production, delivery and installation of the hangar in Khabarovsk. All installation work was completed by an erecting crew of 18 people in 7 days.

Aviation Rescue Center of EMERCOM of Russia

Khabarovsk Aviation Rescue Center of EMERCOM of Russia is a task force and effective organization, which is a harmonious combination of excellent technical base and highly qualified specialists. The base unit is located at the Tsentralny airfield in Khabarovsk. Aviation units have also been established and Mi-8 helicopters are on permanent duty in the main administrative centers of the far Eastern region: the cities of Vladivostok, Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, Yakutsk, Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, and Magadan. Currently, the fleet of far Eastern rescuers consists of 16 aircraft. Among them are the An-74 and four Be-200CHS amphibious aircraft, two Mi-26 helicopters, the largest ones in the world, and nine Mi-8 MTV helicopters.

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Reinforced PVC to resist extreme heat, cold, snow
Quick deployment without construction permits
Light and compact for quick delivery
Simple and easily transportable structure with quick assembling
Uninterruptable power system ensures the operation of the building in case of blackouts
Monitoring system reports power cutoff, an increase of wind