Boryspil airport recorded a monthly profit of $1.5 million in May, its first profit since the coronavirus pandemic

hit European air travel in March of last year, Zhmak, the airport director, said. Despite the travel crisis, Boryspil recently started to receive regular flights from two new carriers – Cyprus Airways in May, and Flynas, a Saudi discount airline, in June. For the second half of this year, Zhmak predicted: “We expect Eurowings, Wizzair Abu Dhabi and several other new carriers.”