Airport in Donetsk
Donetsk International Airport, named after Sergei Prokofiev, is the largest airport in Eastern Ukraine serving Donetsk, Kharkov, Lugansk and Zaporozhye. In connection with preparations for Euro 2012, the airport in Donetsk was reconstructed, a new terminal and runways were built, equipped in such a way as to be able to receive all types of aircraft in any weather and at any visibility. The city's airport can be reached not only by taxi or private car, but also by public transport. Donetsk air port is connected with the city by bus routes No. 73a, 83 and 10, trolleybus line No. 10 and route taxis No. 5, 10, 25, 83a.
The airport in Donetsk operates on the principle of a "quiet terminal". All information necessary for passengers is located on electronic boards, with the exception of announcements on aviation security issues, which are announced using loudspeakers.
Visitors can independently check-in for the flight using the online check-in service, as well as at self-check-in kiosks, in addition, there are traditional check-in counters.
The “air gates” of the city have a round-the-clock guarded parking lot, which is located on the territory of the terminal. An hour of parking costs 5 hryvnia, and payment for a day of parking is 25 hryvnia.
On the ground floor of the new terminal at Donetsk airport, there is a luggage room operating on a 24-hour basis. Currency exchange offices, as well as several ATMs and bank branches are located nearby. All in the same terminal are the first aid station, pharmacy and post office, as well as a number of shops and cafes so that visitors can have a pleasant time while waiting for boarding a flight..
For customers who prefer increased comfort and an individual approach to service, the airport in Donetsk offers a VIP terminal located separately from the main one. It is completely autonomous: separate check-in counters, customs control points, as well as a special waiting room and a meeting room.