The new parking facility at the Boryspil airport is about 90% ready, the airport’s commercial director for capital construction Heorhii Zubko has announced, the CFTS portal reports, citing the airport’s Facebook page.

According to him, builders still need to install a bridge between the parking facility and the airport terminal and complete the finishing work and other work.

The airport did not disclose the date of commissioning of the facility.

According to Zubko, parking fees will be differentiated depending on the length of time that a car spends in the parking facility.

"For example, the first hour of parking will cost EUR 1.5 and the next hour will be cheaper. We will also encourage long-term storage of cars. For example, EUR 12 per day for 1-3 days, EUR 9 per day for 4-6 days, etc. Ten days will cost EUR 6 per day," Zubko said, stressing that these are approximate figures.

According to him, Austria’s Skidata system will be used to calculate parking fees for vehicles. In addition, he said that 30 electric sockets, vending machines, and luggage packing points would be available at the parking facility.

As reported, the Boryspil airport’s General Director Pavlo Riabikin promised in an interview in April that five infrastructure facilities on the territory of the airport (including the first phase of the parking facility at Terminal D), would be put into operation no later than August.

The Kyiv (Zhulyany) airport raised its daily parking fees 2.5-fold recently.