Despite the fact that the airport name contains the word “international”, it is really small in comparison with other airports I’ve visited. On this pic you may see the airport terminal A intended for domestic flights.
The parking area in front of the airport is chargeable, but you should pay only if you leave a car for more than 30 min. It means you may drive passengers with luggage to the airport’s main entrance, and then leave a car at the free parking located approximately 300 metres from the airport. From that parking you may get to the airport via sidewalk.
The international terminal B is located to the right of the terminal A. Formely, it was much smaller, but now it’s been redesigned. A couple of days ago we met our friend here and had a possibility to see how awful it looks in and outside because of current modernization.
Terminal B inside view: cafe (not a good one), coffee vending machines, mobile operator offices, administrative staff offices. One of the problems of all the airports is cafes offering tasteless food at too high price.
Terminal A outside view.
Apron buses are used even in winter, at temperature of -30 °C. Once, in fabruary, we were returning from Thailand and the warmest clothes we had were a pair of jeans and sweaters. That day some passengers had to get off the plain wearing only shorts and flip-flops. It was -25°C outside.