The Boryspil airport’s Terminal F officially resumed operation in test mode on Sunday, March 31, the CFTS portal reports, citing the State Border Service.
As a result, two terminals – the terminals D and F – are now handling passenger traffic at the Boryspil airport.
According to the state agency, the terminal was expected to handle 27 flights and almost 5,000 passengers during the day.
As the CFTS portal reported earlier, 11 carriers have already scheduled operation of all or part of their flights from there. As the airport’s First Deputy General Director Yevhen Dykhne stated in in a column written for the Liga portal, the terminal will recoup its cost with 15 or more flights per day.
In addition to the fact that Terminal F will essentially become “the terminal for low-cost airlines,” it will also handle the flights of the Aigle Azur airline (France), which is new in Ukraine and positions itself as a classic air carrier.
The Ukrainian-based SkyUp airline will also base its aircraft at the Terminal F after ending cooperation with the Kyiv (Zhulyany) airport.