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.
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.