Ukrainian airports handled almost 7 million passengers during the period from January to September 2020.
The government has amended its decision that bans foreigners from entering Ukraine until the end of September.
According to Ukraine’s Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal, passenger transportation across Ukraine’s borders in both directions will be stopped before the end of Friday.
This is expected primarily due to a reduction of the route network of UIA, which is the airport’s "anchor" airline.
The Milan, Moscow-Vnukovo, Berlin, and Porto airports were below the Boryspil airport in the ranking.
This year, the airport reached the 1 million passenger mark in August.
The airport handled 139,800 passengers on international flights.
Local authorities plan to launch flights from Mykolaiv to Kyiv and major Ukrainian cities.
The airport is continuing its strong growth.
The airport handled almost a quarter of a million passengers during the month.
Ukraine will be able to use part of this money to modernize its existing roads and railways and build new ones.
The Ministry of Infrastructure estimates that the number of passengers transported by Ukrainian airlines increased by 18% last year, compared with 2017.
The number of passengers handled by Ukrainian seaports increased by 170% during the year.
The total passenger traffic through Ukrainian airports reached a record high in 2018.
Passenger traffic through the airport increased by 59% in December alone.
The airport handled 5,000 passengers more than the number that was forecast for the year.
The 20-millionth passenger was welcomed at the Boryspil airport.
Data on passenger traffic through Ukrainian river ports and seaports have been published.
The occupancy rate of high-speed trains was 93%.
Passenger traffic through the Boryspil international airport increased by 14% to 3.64 million in the period of January-June this year