[67] Overall, at least 35 intercity bus routes transit Boryspil Airport. E.g., a Kyiv-Mariupol (southeast-bound) bus would travel from Kyiv Central Bus Station through the airport, while a Kyiv-Lviv (southwest-bound) bus would start in the airport and then proceed to Lviv through the Central Bus Station in Kyiv. Airside, the first floor is used for arrivals zone and baggage hall. Due to the 2014 Russian annexation of Crimea and the War in Donbass, Ukrainian aviation authorities were forced to revoke certificates for airports within the area of military operation as there are no positive control over airports in Crimea and East Ukraine (Donbass). The first-stage expansion of Terminal B was opened on 27 January 2006. Upon opening of Terminal F and expansion/reconfiguration of Terminal B's airside departures to serve domestic flights, the airport was able to close the largely outdated domestic Terminal A. After passport control, passengers wait in the departure lounge where there is a business lounge, a number of cafes, restaurants and duty-free shops. More information is available at the State Aviation Administration of Ukraine official website. On 8 January 2020, Ukraine International Airlines Flight 752was shot down by the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps(IRGC) of Iran shortly after takeoff from Tehran Imam Khomeini International Airport. contact us by email, if you have any proposals. Nice pictures of the airports. The fourth floor is reserved for airlines' lounges. Please update this article to reflect recent events or newly available information. [65], On 30 November 2018, Ukrzaliznytsia (Ukrainian Railways) launched an express train from the Kyiv-Pasazhyrskyi Railway Station to Boryspil airport via Darnytsia. Antonov Plant Tour is unique aviation tour in Kyiv, Ukraine that let enthusiasts to find out the history of Antonov aircrafts and look close at An-225 Mriya II, … By the 1980s, Boryspil had begun receiving limited international flights. Among the busiest airports are Boryspil Airport, Kyiv International Airport, Odesa International Airport. The oldest airport of Kyiv, it is located 7 km south-west of the center of the city. Now that Terminal D has opened (building began on 24 October 2008[12]), platform M can be reconstructed without having a major impact on traffic. But only half of them can receive international flights and even less offer this service. There were cafes and guarded car parks near Terminal A, as well as airport lockers. The IRGC attributed it to human error. It is one of Eastern Europe's largest airports with over 6 million passengers traveling in 2008. The international airport “Boryspil” is the largest airport of Ukraine - more than 60% of Ukraine’s aviation passenger traffic. All of them were transferred to Terminal D. Ukraine International Airlines transferred all of its regular flights to Terminal D on 30 May 2013 but UIA's charter flights stayed in Terminal F. It was expected that Terminal F would be also used for low-cost carriers. The airport is located 7 km south-west of the center of Odessa. The airport also houses the 15th Transport Aviation Brigade. In 1993, the Ministry of Transportation of the newly independent Ukraine reorganized the airport into the Boryspil State International Airport and created a local subdivision of Air Ukraine to serve it. The terminal will have a capacity of 1,500 passengers per hour and cover an area of 44.9 hectares. There are regular flights to Alicante and Valencia. On 16 May 2012, a greatly expanded, modern catering facility was opened at the airport. The terminal can be accessed from the airport's central access road for arrivals and in the same way but via a ramp for departures level. Unfortunately not all of them offer a relatively high level of comfort - only the airports of Kyiv and a couple of others. Boryspil International Airport has two operational passenger terminals (D) and (F), one cargo terminal, and a VIP terminal. The building features both jetbridges and bus boarding stands and is equipped to handle wide-body aircraft such as Ukraine International Airlines' Boeing 777-200ERs. In 2017, its passenger traffic was 1.85 million people (1.76 million - international flights).