The company plans to open the facility in 2015 at the Skolkovo Innovation Center in Moscow, Boeing said Monday.
Sherry Carbary, vice president of Boeing Flight Services, said the company aims to provide training for airlines in the region to help maintain and operate fleets.
Boeing will work with Industrial Investors Group and its Transas subsidiary to develop the center and build two out of four simulators.
The training facility will first support specialty, flight and maintenance training and is designed to have four simulator bays with one 777 full-flight simulator and three Next-Generation 737 full-flight simulators.
Boeing has scheduled the groundbreaking for the research and training campus in the spring of 2014.
Boeing recently broke ground on a new training facility in Korea.