The airport presented the one-millionth passenger with certificates for free services in its VIP terminal and UAH 50,000.
The reconstruction work will take 3-5 years.
He also proposes preserving state ownership of the Boryspil airport.
All flights have temporarily been moved from the Zhulyany airport to the Boryspil airport.
This year, the airport reached the 1 million passenger mark in August.
The number of passengers that have passed through Ukraine’s largest airport is more than the population of New York.
The Kherson regional administration is holding consultations with the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) and the IFS.
The airport’s top ranking was facilitated by positive dynamics of passenger traffic.
This represents a 6% increase compared with the same period of last year.
It will take two years and about UAH 750 million to complete the work.
Both of the airport’s unpaved and concrete runways will be out of operation.
The hotel is not intended for transit passengers.
The transfer of all departing flights to the new terminal will be completed within a few months.
The millionth passenger was a Ryanair customer.
The Lviv airport has decided to use its old Terminal A for handling charter and special flights operated by small business aircraft.
The Ministry of Infrastructure submitted the decision on funding the reconstruction project to the government for approval.
The airport handled 114,000 passengers.
Documents on allocation of additional land at the ends of the runway have been submitted to the Kyiv municipal administration.
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.
The Boryspil international airport handled 22% more passengers in April 2019, compared with April 2018.