With traffic growing by 20% a year, Borispol airport plans to reopen Terminal F for passengers next year
Thursday, May 24, 2018

With traffic growing by 20% a year, Borispol airport plans to reopen Terminal F for passengers next year

With traffic growing by 20% a year, Borispol airport plans to reopen Terminal F for passengers next year, Yevgeny Dykhne, the airport’s first deputy CEO told reporters Wednesday. Ryanair, which starts flying from Boryspil to 12 European cities this fall, is expected to shift to Terminal F when it opens for summer 2019 traffic. Terminal F first opened for passengers in 2010, and then was converted to a cargo terminal in 2013. Dykhne also said the airport’s long-running parking garage project will be completed by the end of this summer, with the first 1,000 parking spaces opening in September.

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