Boryspil International Airport (Kyiv) in May 2021 posted a profit of UAH 40 million, the press service of the airport reported, with reference to head of the supervisory board Volodymyr Zhmak.
“The return of Boryspil airport to profitability is a positive signal for the entire industry. The implementation of the airport’s anti-crisis program ensured cost reductions while increasing revenues, therefore, returned the airport to the level of profitability,” Zhmak said.
He added that the airport is actively working to attract new air carriers.
“Those airlines that operated at the airport before the crisis continue to fly and increase the number of flights. Moreover, new airlines are coming to us in 2021. In particular, Cyprus Airways began regular flights in May, and in June Flynas low cost airline operated its first flight from Saudi Arabia, we expect Eurowings, Wizz Air Abu Dhabi and several other new carriers,” he added.
As reported, Boryspil International Airport, according to the report of ACI Europe (Airports Council International Europe), ranked 14th in the list of the largest airports in Europe in terms of the number of passengers.