Wednesday’s arrival of Brussels Airlines marks the 10
Friday, October 19, 2018

Wednesday’s arrival of Brussels Airlines marks the 10

Wednesday’s arrival of Brussels Airlines marks the 10th new airline to start service to Boryspil airport this year, Infrastructure Minister Volodymyr Omelyan told the Kyiv International Economic Forum. Addressing foreign investors, he said private capital in the form of concessions and public private partnerships is to provide almost half of $60 billion the government plans to spend on infrastructure by 2030. He cited areas open to foreign companies: construction of 10 ‘autobahns’, installation of 100 truck weighing stations, a Tesla Motors factory, replacement of the entire fleet of railway cars and locomotives, and upgrading of the Black Sea and Dnipro River ports.

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