In total, Ukrainian airports handled almost 6 million passengers from January to August 2020.
The government has amended its decision that bans foreigners from entering Ukraine until the end of September.
The volume of passenger traffic through the Boryspil airport barely exceeded 3.5 million in January-August 2020.
About 40 Ukrzaliznytsia paramilitary security guards will escort 10 of the company’s passenger trains during the first phase of the project.
The border closure does not apply to some categories of foreigners.
This relevant decision was made during a conference call chaired by President Zelenskyi.
UkSATSE provided air-traffic control services to 12,195 flights in July.
The volume of cargo transportation by Ukraine International Airlines halved in the first six months of 2020.
Sale of tickets to three popular destinations has already begun.
The airport handled 97% fewer passengers in June this year, compared with June last year.
The appointment was approved by Ukrzaliznytsia’s board.
Transportation of passengers to Belarus, Moldova, Poland, and Romania were permitted as of June 12.
Domestic flights in Ukraine were resumed at June 5.
Long-haul flights cannot resume before April 2021.
The first to be launched was a Kyiv-Kostiantynivka Intercity train.
The decision was made by the head of Ukrainian Railways.
The company aims to launch a train from Prague to the Ukrainian border in December 2020.
Special flights to Ukraine will be organized from 26 airports around the world.
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.
Passengers who want to take advantage of this service should go to the information desk at the arrivals terminal.