Zaporizhia airport, the busiest airport in Ukraine’s southeast, is closed through June for repairs to the runway.
Thursday, May 31, 2018

Zaporizhia airport, the busiest airport in Ukraine’s southeast, is closed through June for repairs to the runway.

Zaporizhia airport, the busiest airport in Ukraine’s southeast, is closed through June for repairs to the runway. The $750,000 runway work is being done by Altis-Holding, the same Kyiv-based construction company that is rebuilding the terminal in a $19 million contract. Ukraine’s seventh busiest airport, after Kharkiv, Zaporizhia has scheduled flights to Kyiv, Minsk, Tel Aviv and Istanbul’s two airports. On July 8, after the runway is repaired, LOT Polish starts flights to Warsaw-Chopin. Last year, Zaporizhia’s passenger traffic hit 348,438, almost five times the level of 2013.

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