Airport in Boryspil
Today the airport in Boryspil is considered the largest Ukrainian airport in terms of passenger traffic. In addition, in Ukraine, this airport is the only one that serves intercontinental flights..
The airport is located thirty kilometers from Kiev and near the city of Boryspil. There are five terminals inside the airport. They are not numbered, but indicated in Latin letters..
Terminal A serves domestic flights. Terminal B is considered the main one; it is focused on serving not only international, but also domestic flights. Terminal C serves VIP clients, but primarily private jets belonging to small aircraft are served here. Terminal F was created to serve only international flights and, finally, Terminal D is the cargo sector. There are no usual “sleeves” between terminals. If you need to go from terminal to terminal, you must use the main entrance. You can also use the shuttle service between the terminals.
To make it much more convenient for travelers, special services are provided for them. Each terminal has Wi-Fi, which is free of charge. If we talk about the shortcomings of this airport, then we can only note the absence of a train running at high speeds, which would connect the airport and the capital of Ukraine..
You can get to the airport from Kiev by bus. For example, several flights a day to the airport follow from the railway station. At the airport itself, buses stop near terminal B, as well as terminal F. These buses run throughout the day and leave at the beginning of every hour. One trip costs about twenty hryvnia (or seventy-five rubles). Tickets are purchased directly from the drivers, as well as at the ticket offices of the Kiy Avia company.
As for the Kiev metro, the closest station to the Boryspil airport is Boryspil. The metro runs from 6 am to midnight. From budget types of transportation, you can also use fixed-route taxis - you will have to go with transfers to some places in the city, which is quite troublesome.