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Terminal F at the Boryspil international airport will start it work in 2019, - Volodymyr Omelyan

6 February 2019, 10:02

Volodymyr Omelyan, the Minister of Infrastructure of Ukraine, during the press conference, that was held on February 5, 2019, presented plans for the development of the aviation industry of Ukraine for 2019. The event was also attended by Olexander Bilchuk - Head of the State Aviation Service of Ukraine, Mykola Bozhko - Head of the State Agency for Infrastructure Projects of Ukraine, Pavlo Ryabikin – General Director of the State Enterprise Boryspil International Airport, Tetyana Romanovska – General Director of the Lviv Danylo Halytskyi International Airport and Serhii Kandaurov - Director of the “Biotserkivsky Cargo Aviation Complex”.

Volodymyr Omelyan said that Boryspil airport completed 2018 with record figures: "One of the greatest victories was Ryanair’s enter on the market.  Passenger flow through the Boryspil International Airport in 2018 increased by almost 20%. Terminal F at the Boryspil international airport will start it work in 2019 and the construction of the bus station will begin. ”

Pavlo Ryabikin, General Director of the Boryspil International Airport, said: “In early April, we will open Terminal F for operation, which will serve low-cost airlines and charter flights. Approximately, at the same time, we plan to put into operation the first part of the parking. After that, we have to continue work on the construction of the platform at the terminal D. We predict that this will give us the opportunity to serve 3 million more passengers. We are planning to start construction of the cargo terminal at the end of May and complete it in no more than 8 months. ”

"In 2018, the airport received a railway connection with the city. This year we will continue to develop accessibility for passengers from different regions of Ukraine and start to build a bus station. Bus-gates are at the implementation stage, they will allow to increase the number of flights (+6) that we can serve in terminal D”, - Pavel Ryabikin added.

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