More than 11.6 million passengers used the airport during the period of January-September 2019.
The reconstruction work will take 3-5 years.
The number of passengers that have passed through Ukraine’s largest airport is more than the population of New York.
The airport’s top ranking was facilitated by positive dynamics of passenger traffic.
The hotel is not intended for transit passengers.
Ukrzaliznytsia will allow private operators to operate on the route if the Ministry of Infrastructure issues a transport safety clearance.
The new facility will be built at the site of the old cargo terminal.
The Boryspil international airport handled 22% more passengers in April 2019, compared with April 2018.
According to the concept, EUR 3.4 billion will be invested in the Boryspil airport and passenger traffic through the airport will increase to 54 million.
The money will be spent on construction of a new runway and expansion of its Terminal D.
The country's main airport handled almost 1 million passengers in March.
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.
The frequency of its flights will depend on passenger traffic.
According to Infrastructure Minister Omelian, the airports will be concessioned on the principle of "one state airport plus several municipal ones".
Some carriers will transfer all their flights to the terminal, others will transfer only part of their flights.
The management of the airport wants to close the existing cargo terminal in 2019, demolish it, and build a new one.
The annual rate of increase of passenger traffic was 19.4%.
The bus station will be built next to the Boryspil Airport railway station, creating a common waiting area for bus and train passengers.
Changes to the Kyiv-Boryspil express train’s timetable are being discussed.
The airport handled 5,000 passengers more than the number that was forecast for the year.