In total, Ukrainian airports handled almost 6 million passengers from January to August 2020.
An agreement stating that the necessary preparatory work will begin on 16 September was signed on 15 September.
The exact location of the airport is not yet known.
The volume of passenger traffic through the Boryspil airport barely exceeded 3.5 million in January-August 2020.
According to the financial plan, the state-owned airport will pay UAH 892.6 million to the state in 2020.
The Cabinet of Ministers has made a number of changes to the Targeted State Program for Development of Airports until 2023.
The company continues to view the Boryspil airport as a potential hub for the Caucasus and Central Asia region.
The airport handled 97% fewer passengers in June this year, compared with June last year.
According to the airport, all its divisions are currently deciding how to optimize their operations and which employees to lay off.
The Wizz Air low-cost airline operated the first flight to the airport from Dortmund.
The airport received a Belavia airline flight from Minsk on June 16 evening.
The Belavia, LOT, and WizzAir airlines have announced their readiness to resume flights from the Kyiv airport.
The equipment was purchased with credit provided under a program for modernization of Ukraine’s air navigation system and with the support of the EBRD and the EIB.
A passenger bus route from the city center to the airport is expected to be launched after the opening of the terminal.
The parliament also cut funding for maintenance of shipping locks and maintenance of the Ministry of Infrastructure.
The airport handles Ukrposhta’s cargoes.
The Ukrainian Cabinet of Ministers made the corresponding decision.
Passengers who want to take advantage of this service should go to the information desk at the arrivals terminal.
The volumes of passenger transportation by Ukrainian airlines also increased slightly.
The airport handled more than 140,000 passengers in February.