Boryspil was Europe’s fastest growing major airport in May
Tuesday, July 10, 2018

Boryspil was Europe’s fastest growing major airport in May

Boryspil was Europe’s fastest growing major airport in May, according to Europe’s International Council of Airports. Passenger flow at Kyiv’s biggest airport was up 22.2%, year over year. In the category of airports serving 10 to 25 million passengers, Boryspil was trailed by: Moscow’s Vnukovo — up 16.8%; Athens — up 15.4%; Warsaw — up 15.1%; and Budapest — up 13.4%. Boryspil performance was boosted by Saturday May 26 when the airport handled a record 60,300 passengers, largely fans for the UEFA Champions League game in Kyiv.

Previous post
Kyiv is hot. Moscow is not?

Kyiv is hot. Moscow is not?

Next post
NOTE TO READERS: Today, I take my family to New York and New England for a one week vacation. The Morning News will return on Monday July 23. Thanks for your support! James Brooke/Kyiv

NOTE TO READERS: Today, I take my family to New York and New England for a one week vacation. The Morning News will return on Monday July 23. Thanks for your support! James Brooke/Kyiv

Previous Main Topics