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Boryspil International Airport celebrates its 30th anniversary

31 March 2023

For the first time in its history, Boryspil International Airport is celebrating its 30th anniversary in difficult circumstances – without passengers, airlines, partners and guests, without solemn and festive events, when it was forced to shutdown its operating processes because of a full-scale war in Ukraine.

Boryspil International Airport was founded on March 31, 1993. Over the past 30 years, a great number of ambitious infrastructure projects have been implemented at Boryspil airport, a high-level flight safety system has been put into operation, and the quality of passenger servicing meets the world standards.

The war and the closure of the airspace forced to stop operational activities of Boryspil International Airport, but the airport employees continue to maintain its accident-free and uninterrupted work and constantly take measures for technological preservation of airport infrastructure and prevention of man-made emergencies.

“We are celebrating the 30th anniversary of Boryspil International Airport with pride and unbreakable trust in victory and peaceful future of Ukraine. We are grateful to every passenger of Boryspil International Airport, to the airlines and our partners that took joint steps towards the development of the airport with us. We are thankful to our employees, who are now saving the airport for future flights, and bringing in this way victory of Ukraine closer in their workplaces! Sincere wishes to each of you!” – said Oleksiy Dubrevskyy, General Director of Boryspil International Airport.

Boryspil International Airport is a multi-purpose, all-weather airport with unique technical characteristics of the airfield, operable 24/7/365. The geographical location of the largest airport in Ukraine promotes rapid restoration and increase of passenger traffic in peaceful future, creating therefore conditions to become a leading transfer hub in Europe

Boryspil International Airport is a member of the International Council of Airports (ACI), has received many awards for the quality of services and the number of passengers served. Sky Trax, a well-known British consulting company included Boryspil Airport in the TOP-10 best airports in Eastern Europe according to The World’s Best Airports rating in 2021 and 2022.