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Kiev Airport

Also referred to as Boryspil Airport, Kiev Airport, is an important airport located in the city of Kiev in Ukraine. Many people love to refer to it as Boryspil mainly because it is situated near a town known by that name. It might be also worth to note that it is located about 29 kilometers on the eastern side of the Ukraine capital, Kiev. This is today, the largest airport in this country and serves major international flights coming to and jetting out of Ukraine.

It is not just dedicated to international flights but also runs domestic flight operations as well. Kiev Airport again, is one of the three major airports that serve the Ukrainian capital today. It might be also worth to note that it is also a member of the Airports Council International. If at all there are any airports in Ukraine today that have really witnessed a lot of growth ever since inception, this must definitely be part of that list. Kiev airport has not just grown in terms of passenger numbers but rather in a diverse range of aspects.

In the modern day, this airport has got a total of three passenger terminals. Terminal B is dedicated to serving domestic and international flights. The other terminal C was created especially to serve very important personalities. The last terminal F was later opened in the year 2010 and is the major base that serve majority of the domestic Ukrainian Airlines.

Terminal D started being built in the year 2008 and it is expected to be completed in June 2012. This terminal is expected to serve well over 5 million passengers per annum. Basically stating, it is growing and growing fast for that matter. As I had noted earlier, this is the largest and busiest airport in the whole Ukrainian nation today. The number of international passengers coming into Ukraine through Kiev airport has been on the increase ever since its inception.

The number of international airlines that run flight operations here in Kiev airport has also increased greatly. These airlines have opened up more avenues for Kiev airport to get connected to many more international destinations all over the world. The increase in the number of international destinations has been a major contributor to the increase in the number of passengers coming from various locations all over the globe. As the international airlines continue to put up base here, more and more are joining the bandwagon. There are even some of these airlines that have made Kiev airport their major hub of operations in this region. Some of the notable international airlines that run flight operations include Aeroflot, Aerosvit, Dniproavia, Air Arabia, Air Malta, Air One, Air Moldova, Air France, Alitalia, Armavia, Air Bars Aero, Astra Airlines and Air Onix among many others.

Kiev airport has also impacted greatly in terms of transportation within the Ukrainian capital. Today, the roads leading to the airport are well carpeted and therefore ideal and convenient for you if at all you need to move easily between Kiev airport and the Kiev city center. Once you just get outside the passenger terminal, you can access the services of shuttle buses, trains and cars or taxis. There are many shuttle buses in this region. These buses do not just serve the area within Kiev but rather there are also others that traverse the entire country. Aside from the internal developments, Kiev is a great tourist destination. There are many restaurants, shops, bars and cafes in town. You can sample some of the cuisines here as you get to appreciate the great feel of the Ukraine culture.

Airport Information

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GMT -2.0
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50° 21’ 0" N
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30° 55’ 0" E
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