Boryspil was the second fastest growing airport of its size in Europe in April, growing by 22%, second only to Ankara’s 30%
Monday, June 18, 2018

Boryspil was the second fastest growing airport of its size in Europe in April, growing by 22%, second only to Ankara’s 30%

Boryspil was the second fastest growing airport of its size in Europe in April, growing by 22%, second only to Ankara’s 30%, Airports Council Europe reports. By contrast, total Europe air traffic grew by 5%. For airports in the 10 to 25 million passengers a year size, the big growth was on Europe’s eastern edge: Ankara up 30%; Kyiv Boryspil up 22%, Moscow Vnukovo up 19%, Warsaw Chopin up 15%, and Athens up 14%. Europe’s overall growth champion was in the under 5 million category: Batumi, Georgia up 63%.

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