The low-cost airline performed its first flights from Italy to Ukraine on July 6.
One Airbus A320 aircraft will be based at the Lviv airport.
The Wizz Air low-cost airline operated the first flight to the airport from Dortmund.
The complex will occupy a total area of 63.52 hectares, and the territory itself will be divided into 15 plots.
The airport handles Ukrposhta’s cargoes.
The airport handled more than 140,000 passengers in February.
Lviv will be the fourth city in Ukraine to which the airline will operate flights.
The distance from Lviv to Krakow is expected to be covered in 3.5 hours.
Ukraine’s Prime Minister Oleksii Honcharuk and the EBRD’s President Suma Chakrabarti signed the document.
The Lviv airport has handled more than 2 million passengers for the first time in its history.
The toll on such roads could start at UAH 2 per kilometer.
Kyiv-Lviv flights will be operated on Thursdays and Sundays until October 26, after which the number of flights will increase to four per week.
The incident occurred at around 7 a.m. on Friday.
More than 10,000 parcels weighing up to 1 kilogram each are transported by plane every night.
This is despite the fact that Ryanair will launch its own flight before Wizz Air.
The millionth passenger was a Ryanair customer.
The Lviv airport has decided to use its old Terminal A for handling charter and special flights operated by small business aircraft.
The airport handled 139,800 passengers on international flights.
A Lviv-Lublin train may be launched in June this year.
According to Infrastructure Minister Omelian, the airports will be concessioned on the principle of "one state airport plus several municipal ones".