Construction may start this year on the runway at Dnipro airport, the only airport of Ukraine’s top 10 to lose passengers last year.
Wednesday, June 27, 2018

Construction may start this year on the runway at Dnipro airport, the only airport of Ukraine’s top 10 to lose passengers last year.

Construction may start this year on the runway at Dnipro airport, the only airport of Ukraine’s top 10 to lose passengers last year. The airport’s stagnation is because it is owned by Dnirproavia and only serves flights on Dniproavia, Windrose, and UIA – all airlines controlled by local oligarch Ihor Kolomoyskyi. Dnipro Mayor Boris Filatov has sent a letter to President Poroshenko complaining that Dnipro is the only city in Europe with 1 million inhabitants – and no functioning airport. Minister Omelyan, who predicts the $80 million public private could start this year, has said that investment is contingent on ending the Kolomoyskyi monopoly.

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