The number of passengers handled by the airport was predictably far lower in 2020 compared with 2019.
The airport handled almost 5 million passengers from January to November 2020.
The volume of passenger traffic through the Boryspil airport barely exceeded 3.5 million in January-August 2020.
The first flight from the Ukrainian capital after resumption of flights was operated on 19 August.
According to the financial plan, the state-owned airport will pay UAH 892.6 million to the state in 2020.
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.
The Ukrainian Cabinet of Ministers made the corresponding decision.
A Ukrainian Armed Forces aircraft has delivered two types of test kits from China.
Passengers who want to take advantage of this service should go to the information desk at the arrivals terminal.
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.
In Kyiv, these flights will be handled at the Boryspil airport.
The new diesel train departed on its first trip on December 27.
The DPKr-3 diesel train has successfully completed its break-in run.
Passenger traffic through Kyiv’s main airport increased by almost 22% in the first 11 months of the year.
Ukrzaliznytsia has announced the results of the first year of operation of the express train between Kyiv and the Boryspil airport.
More than 11.6 million passengers used the airport during the period of January-September 2019.
The reconstruction work will take 3-5 years.