International Airports of Ukraine

Ukrainian Airports - Overview

If you look at the list of the airports of Ukraine, you can find about 30 air terminal complexes. But only half of them can receive international flights and even less offer this service. Because of the high prices for domestic flights, most Ukrainians prefer to go by trains. This is the main reason why there are only about a dozen of actually operating airports in Ukraine.

Two large air terminals are located in the vicinity of Kyiv, the capital of Ukraine. These international airports are Boryspil and Zhuliany. The remaining ones are scattered throughout the country and located near the largest cities of Ukraine. Unfortunately not all of them offer a relatively high level of comfort - only the airports of Kyiv and a couple of others.

Largest International Airports of Ukraine

International Airport “Boryspil”

The international airport “Boryspil” is the largest airport of Ukraine - more than 60% of Ukraine’s aviation passenger traffic. Located about 30 km southeast of the center of Kyiv, it annually serves more than 8 million passengers.

Boryspil is the only airport in Ukraine from which transcontinental flights are operated. You can go to Kyiv by bus, taxi, car. No trains are available at the moment.

International Airport Boryspil, Ukraine, photo 1 International Airport Boryspil, Ukraine, photo 2

Igor Sikorsky International Airport “Kyiv” (Zhuliany)

The oldest airport of Kyiv, it is located 7 km south-west of the center of the city. Today, this is the second largest airport of Ukraine in terms of the number of flights and passenger traffic. In 2017, its passenger traffic was 1.85 million people (1.76 million - international flights).

On the territory of the airport there is the largest in Ukraine aviation museum with a lot of different civil and military aircraft. The airport “Kyiv” can be reached by taxi or public transport.

International Airport “Odessa”

The airport is located 7 km south-west of the center of Odessa. Odessa International Airport is one of the largest airports of Ukraine and connects the city with Antalya, Vienna, Warsaw, Vilnius, Dubai, Krakow, Kyiv, Minsk, Prague, Riga, Sofia, Istanbul, Tallinn, Tbilisi, Tel Aviv. In 2017, its passenger traffic was about 1.2 million people. Its new terminal was opened in 2017.

Old terminal of the airport of Odessa

Old terminal of Odessa international airport, Ukraine

Danylo Halytskyi International Airport “Lviv”

The largest airport in Western Ukraine, it is located 6 km south-west of the center of Lviv. The airport was completely reconstructed during the preparation of Lviv for the European Football Championship “Euro 2012”. In 2017, its passenger traffic exceeded 1 million people.

The airport offers flights to more than two dozen international destinations including London, Vienna, Munich, Berlin, Rome, Madrid, Barcelona, Warsaw, Istanbul.

Old terminal of Lviv International Airport

Old terminal of Lviv international airport, Ukraine

International Airport “Kharkiv”

Located 12 km south of the center of Kharkiv, it is the largest airport in Eastern Ukraine. There are regular flights to Vienna, Milan, Batumi, Dortmund, Katowice, Minsk, Warsaw, Tel Aviv, Istanbul, Kyiv. In 2017, its passenger traffic was about 800 thousand people.

Kharkiv International Airport, Ukraine view

International Airport “Dnepropetrovsk”

This airport terminal is located about 15 km southeast of the center of Dnipro. Most of the flights are to Kyiv, Vienna, Tel Aviv. In 2017, the passenger traffic was 277 thousand people.

Dnepropetrovsk International Airport, Ukraine

International Airport “Ivano-Frankivsk”

It is a small air terminal mainly oriented to domestic flights (Kyiv), but it can also accept international flights. There are regular flights to Alicante and Valencia. The airport of Ivano-Frankivsk is located within the city limits, about 4 km from the center.

Ivano-Frankivsk International Airport, Ukraine

The comments of our visitors

John V
Ukraine airports
Yes, Ukraine airports are good, but Odessa is the pits, nothing while Kiev, Kharkov and Lviv better, always check taxi fares as rip you off haha, what else new in ex Soviet.

Carsten
Ukraine Airports
Nice pictures of the airports. I have been to Kiev and Odessa and let me tell you that though they may not be as huge and ultra modern like some in Asia (Kuala Lumpur International) but it is still very good, modern, clean and friendly to foreigners!

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