Railway platforms are constructed near the left wing of the landing hall of Boryspil International Airport's Terminal D. Avianews.com reported that, specifying that the two platforms will service the transfers between the Ukrainian capital and the airport itself.
Besides, construction workers built the embankment for the new railroad tracks of the current railroad; the new tracks lead to the conjunction point with the highway, which connects Kyiv and Kharkiv.
As we reported earlier, Boryspil International Airport headed ACI Europe, the International Airports Council rating based on the results of May.
The airport takes the first place among other major airports, according to the results. The press office of the airport reports this on their page on Facebook.
ACI Europe ranked 229 airports, which represent 88 percent of the European passenger traffic.
Boryspil International Airport is the biggest Ukrainian Airport. It accounted for 67 percent of all passenger traffic through the airports of Ukraine, according to the State Aviation Administration of Ukraine. The airport set his record on the number of serviced travelers in the amount of 8.65 million, which is 19 percent more than in the previous year. The passenger flow has been growing yet for the third year in a row mainly due to the share of transfer passenger traffic. Last year it grew by 50 percent to 2.3 million passengers and amounted 27 percent of the total volume.
As it was reported earlier, Boryspil Airport serviced more than 2.3 million passengers for the first quarter of 2018.