It will be a flight from Kyiv.
The airport has handled a third of a million passengers since the beginning of December.
There will be charter flights to an Egyptian resort.
The airport handled 33% more passengers in in November 2018, compared with November 2017.
The carrier performed only 18 flights from Ukrainian airports.
New flights to London and Vienna contributed to the increase in passenger traffic.
The airport handled 369,500 passengers in the first 11 months of this year.
The number of passengers handled by the airport increased by 47% in the period of January-November 2018.
The cost of construction of the Prydniprovia airport will be comparable to the cost of building a new terminal and a runway at the Odesa airport.
The first flight was a charter flight to Kyiv.
The airport handled this number of passengers in 10 months and 13 days.
Ryanair flights will be moved to the Terminal F.
Money has been allocated from a special government program.
The new runway will be located near the airport’s Terminal F.
Flights will be operated four times per week.
Stefan Kreuzpaintner and Rene Koinzack, top managers of Lufthansa Group, in an interview with CFTS talking about airlines success on global and Ukrainian markets, competition with low-cost carriers and plans for Ukraine.
The regional council should determine the fate of this facility in the near future.
Direct capital investments of UAH 874.254 million are planned in 2019.
The state fund will finance the reconstruction of airports.
The first hour of parking will cost EUR 1.5.