Updated terminal "A" was opened at the 'Kyiv' International Airport

On May 23, 2019 Igor Sikorsky Kyiv International Airport, also known as Kyiv Zhuliany Airport, opened the new space of Terminal A for international flights, the airport reports. Terminal A was built for the Euro 2012 championship and opened on May 17, 2012. The terminal area was 14,200 square meters.

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10 months ago, the shareholders of the airport decided to expand the Terminal A space and double its capacity, improve service and comfort at the airport. The area of Terminal A has increased by 9,500 square meters and makes up 23,700 square meters now.


On the ground floor of the new space, there will be 18 check-in counters and 9 aviation security surveillance points. On the second - 18 border control counters. A large Duty Free store, a WOG cafe, a Spanish restaurant Bellota, a Varenik Fly restaurant with Ukrainian dishes, a fast food Market Plaza, and several souvenir shops will open there.


In addition, at the station square in front of the new space of Terminal A, a new parking for 135 parking lots was built. As a result, this will increase the airport parking by almost 40%.


The amount of investments attracted to the project is estimated at 630 million UAH.


The opening of the updated Terminal is a gift not only to the people of Kyiv and passengers, but also to the airport itself, because on May 25 the airport will be 95 years old!


On May 20, 2019 Kyiv International Airport has served a millionth passenger since the beginning of 2019. There’re plans to serve 3 million passengers before the end of the year.