Boryspil International Airport took fourth place in the latest ranking of airports with passenger traffic from 10 to 25 million passengers, according to the report for July 2021 released by Airports Council International (ACI Europe).
Ukrinform reports this with a reference to the airport’s press service.
“Passenger traffic is resuming, and we see a positive tendency in traffic every day. The airport team is actively working to attract new airlines and improve airport services. Yes, Eurowings launched flights to us this month, and after a long break, Uzbekistan Airways resumes flights on September 26. Therefore, another including in the authoritative ratings is natural,” said Director General of Boryspil Airport Oleksiy Dubrevsky.
Boryspil also entered the top 15 largest airports in Europe in terms of the number of passengers according to the ASI Europe report for the first four months of 2021. In addition, this year, Boryspil was included in the ranking of The World’s Best Airports in 2021 by the British consulting company Skytrax, ranking fifth among the best airports in Eastern Europe.
As Ukrinform reported, on September 8, the airport’s press service informed that Boryspil Airport serviced 5,816,254 passengers in January-August 2021, which is 66% more than in the same period last year.