The reduction in the volume of passenger traffic was comparable with the reduction in the number of flights from the airport.
The forum will showcase all the major transport infrastructure projects in Ukraine that are intended for implementation through the PPP and concession mechanisms.
The management of the Zhulyany airport has again announced its intention to extend the airport’s runway.
The Kyiv subway has not been able to abolish tokens because of a delay in launching a single electronic ticket for the Kyiv public transport system.
Eighty percent of the visitors to the Chornobyl exclusion zone were foreigners.
IATA has stopped using the Russian transliteration of the Ukrainian capital’s name.
The Kyiv subway has earned more than UAH 20 million from its non-core operations.
This represents a 6% increase compared with the same period of last year.
The carrier will reduce the number of flights on most routes and operate flights to order from other airlines.
Documents on allocation of additional land at the ends of the runway have been submitted to the Kyiv municipal administration.
Sections of the Kyiv-Odesa highway within the boundaries of the Kyiv and Odesa regions will have concrete surfaces.
Fines alone will not ensure road safety.
The profitability of the route and the mechanism for compensating the carrier for possible losses will be discussed at a meeting of the Zakarpattia regional council.
Overhaul of the bridge will take 1.5 years.
The airport handled almost a quarter of a million passengers during the month.
Kyiv was the fifth most popular destination for passengers from Warsaw’s Chopin airport in 2018 after London, Paris and Frankfurt.
Passenger traffic through the airport increased by 52% in 2018.
Kyiv should receive the new trams before the end of 2019.
The subway extension will be built by the Kyivmetrobud company.
According to preliminary estimates, extension of the Kyiv’s fourth subway line to the Troeschyna residential district will cost USD 2.5-3 billion.