Volgograd International Airport is an international airport located 15 km northwest of Volgograd, formerly Stalingrad, in Russia. This airport comprises a civilian airport built on top of an older military runway, now demolished. Volgograd International Airport includes a terminal area parks 42 medium/large aircraft and 91 small aircraft. It is a public airport that is operated by JSC “Volgograd International Airport.” Volgograd International Airport includes a brand new international and separate domestic terminal opened, bringing the airport’s operations in line with European standards. There is an increase in passenger traffic in 2018 due to the Russia World Cup. Volgograd International Airport is a popular airport that has a capacity for 42 aircraft on its apron, and the runway is suitable for most aircraft types, excluding wide-bodies. The best thing about this international airport is that it sits on a former military runway and was used during Stalingrad’s battle as a refueling station for the sixth German army. It also includes VIP facilities that include a business lounge in both the domestic and international terminal and a VIP lounge in the VIP terminal. It is open for twenty-four hours and is located twenty-nine kilometers from the Volgograd Arena.