When I was making the Afghanistan Airstrip Pack, I found this airport on Google Map at the border between Tajikistan and Afghanistan, and it is missing in the game. I search on this website, no one made this, so it's my turn again.
The runway of this airport is obviously inclined, which the elevation difference between runway thresholds is more than 40M. Takeoff and landing could only be conducted at the south of the airport, although I don't think it is technically challenging at the opposite side. The airport has ILS equipped but the approach procedure is totally DME based, which makes programming difficult as the IFR procedures in MSFS are waypoint based so that the approach procedure programmed is somehow different from real case, but it has been tested safe to operate. The only precaution is that don't fly at the east of the airport if you are not flying to/from Afghanistan, as it is very close to the border.
The size of the terminal is very small comparing with the size of the apron. All the parking spaces are taxi-in taxi-out, which means no pushback is needed although there will be one in the sim. Although the runway is longer than 3KM, you are recommended to land not faster than 140KIAS if you can, otherwise you maybe unable to stop the plane before the last exit (TWY C), then you need to keep taxi forward to the end of the runway and then turn back to enter TWY C.
Just like most of the missing airports in the sim, the ground texture of this airport is broken or even nonexistant, updated Bing Map import is needed and I've tuned the color of the imported ground texture to make it blend well with the surroundings.
Now the navdata and the scenery have been separated. Just delete the file "navdata-utdk.bgl" if you have subscribed 3rd party global navdata from vendors like Navigraph to prevent conflicts. For the common "double runway" issues for those airports not built-in with the sim, please refer to the corresponding user forum for workarounds.
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