Kyiv Oblast, Ukraine

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Boryspil International Airport

Boryspil International Airport is an international airport in Boryspil, 29 km east of Kyiv, the capital of Ukraine. It is Ukraine's largest airport, serving 65% of its passenger air traffic, including all its intercontinental flights and a majority of international flights. It is one of two passenger airports that serve Kyiv along with the smaller Zhuliany Airport. Boryspil International Airport was a member of Airports Council International.

On 24 February 2022, Ukraine closed airspace to civilian flights due to the Russian invasion of Ukraine, thus closing the airport. The Boryspil Airport was hit by Russian missiles, targeting Ukrainian infrastructure.

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re: Russian invasion

Reply to @david: Video of the damage:

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Russian invasion

«Russia’s military claimed Friday afternoon that its forces had staged a “successful landing operation” to capture Hostomel airfield on Kyiv’s outskirts, viewed as strategically important.»

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I have asked them to message me back and have not hear from the poor customer service. They can not get there stuff straight and when did customs start asking to see or show money from ukrainian people to fly out of ukraine

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Brand New OLD Airport

I think Kyiv did a crummy job on the airport remodel. It is like you have a "brand new" "OLD" airport. What is this deal with buses to airplanes, rain, snow, sleet, hail, etc?

There are so few seats around that it is pitiful. Having generic checkin-counters may seem like a good idea, but is worthless if you are trying to find a specific flight/airline, for example, to just check your bag a little early.

The only good thing I can see is the international departure area, more chairs, and a few resturants that charge in Grivinuias, which are cheap.

Overall, I would only give KBP a 2 or 3 out of 10. It is pitiful compared to Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Munich, Paris, Minneapolis, and so on.

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