The country's main airport handled almost 1 million passengers in March.
Istanbul’s old airport stopped operation late on April 6.
The previously mothballed Terminal F, from which all low-cost airlines flying from the Boryspil airport will now operate flights, was officially opened on March 31.
Local authorities plan to launch flights from Mykolaiv to Kyiv and major Ukrainian cities.
The Mariupol and Berdiansk airports will be able to reopen “if the buffer zone of the military conflict reduces”.
According to Infrastructure Minister Omelian, the airports will be concessioned on the principle of "one state airport plus several municipal ones".
The airport is continuing its strong growth.
Some carriers will transfer all their flights to the terminal, others will transfer only part of their flights.
The airline previously operated on this route.
The opening of an international border crossing is scheduled for autumn 2019.
The management of the airport wants to close the existing cargo terminal in 2019, demolish it, and build a new one.
The airport handled almost a quarter of a million passengers during the month.
The annual rate of increase of passenger traffic was 19.4%.
Modernization will allow increase of passenger traffic, diversification of flight destinations, and laying of the foundation for creation of a logistics hub.
Last year all Ukrainian airports served more than 20.5 million passengers.
The bus station will be built next to the Boryspil Airport railway station, creating a common waiting area for bus and train passengers.
The number of passengers on domestic flights increased 2.5-fold during the year.
The total passenger traffic through Ukrainian airports reached a record high in 2018.
Passenger traffic through the airport increased by 52% in 2018.
Foreigners will now be able to enter Ukraine on electronic visas.