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.
Numerous cases of coronavirus have been reported in Italy.
This is expected primarily due to a reduction of the route network of UIA, which is the airport’s "anchor" airline.
The Milan, Moscow-Vnukovo, Berlin, and Porto airports were below the Boryspil airport in the ranking.
The flight suspension is from March 24 to June 8.
The reduction in the volume of passenger traffic was comparable with the reduction in the number of flights from the airport.
Four companies participated in the tender. The bids from the first two participants were rejected because they failed to meet the requirements of the tender.
The government is offering five airports and one cargo hub to investors.
The tender committee examined the results of the previous tender and rejected them.
The commissioning of the facility is planned for March.
The volume of passenger transportation by Ukrainian airlines increased by 9.5% in 2019.
Passenger traffic through Kyiv’s main airport increased by almost 22% in the first 11 months of the year.
The management of the Zhulyany airport has again announced its intention to extend the airport’s runway.