The Boryspil international airport handled 14,206,600 passengers in the period of January-November 2019, which is 21.8% more than the number of passengers it handled in the corresponding period of 2018. The airport handled 102,860 flights in the period of January-November 2019, a 15.3% increase compared with January-November 2018.
Out of this number of passengers, 13,190,600 were on international flights (a 22.9% increase) and 1,016,000 on domestic flights (9% increase), the CFTS portal reports, citing the Avianews website.
The airport handled 1,137,300 passengers in November 2019, which is 14.4% more than the number it handled in November 2018. Of these, 1,045,300 were on international flights (a 14.3% increase) and 92,000 on domestic flights (16% increase). The number of flights handled by the Boryspil airport in November 2019 increased by 4.9% to 8,292. The busiest day was November 3, when the airport handled 45,871 passengers.
As reported earlier, the total volume of passenger traffic through the Boryspil airport was 12.6 million in 2018.
As the CFTS portal reported, Kyiv’s other airport – the Zhulyany airport – handled 2,414,000 passengers in the first 11 months of 2019, which is 7.4% fewer than the number of passengers it handled in in November 2018.