Chernivtsi is Ukraine’s latest fast growing regional airport to attract development plans.
Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Chernivtsi is Ukraine’s latest fast growing regional airport to attract development plans.

Chernivtsi is Ukraine’s latest fast growing regional airport to attract development plans. With the draw of a UNESCO World Heritage Site – the Hapsburg-era National University – Chernivtsi is seeing its traffic grow by 50% this year, to 75,000 passengers. UIA, which has the sole scheduled flight, last year doubled the size of its aircraft on the daily route from Kyiv, to a 100-seat Embraer 100. Now, Infrastructure Minister official Yuri Gusev writes on Facebook, the government plans to work with consultants from the World Bank’s International Finance Corporation to draw up a public private partnership plan to rebuild the 85-year-old terminal, built when the region was part of Romania.

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