New Terminal Opens at Kiev’s Boryspil Airport

By Michael Acampora on 31 May 2012
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Kiev Boryspil International AirportA new terminal has opened at Kiev’s Boryspil International Airport in the Ukraine. Terminal D will serve nearly 15 million travelers a year.

Terminal D is now the largest terminal in the country, and is capable of servicing 20 planes at a time. The $600 million construction project took three and a half years to complete.

Like the newly renovated Donetsk International Airport, the opening of the new Boryspil terminal is meant to coincide with the 2012 UEFA European Football Championship (EURO 2012).

Kiev is the capital and largest city of the Ukraine.

Accura News

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