Boryspil International Airport considers the possibility to resume operation of terminal F to service low-cost flights in 2017.
Terminal F was closed in October 2013, after only three years in operating. The reason for its shutdown was a relatively small passenger traffic in the airport.
“We will not be able to handle the throughput during morning and evening peak periods. Therefore, we are considering the opening the Terminal F in 2017,” said Yevhen Dykhne, the airport’s acting General Director.
The Terminal F would probably specialise in handling low-cost airlines. Conversations have intensified recently in anticipation of the entry of Ryanair into the Ukrainian market.