How to get to the airport on time, where to grab a snack there, how not to get lost on the way to the plane and everything you need to know is here, in Kyiv Airports Guide.
Boryspil International Airport
There are three terminals at the Boryspil International Airport: ‘B’ for domestic flights, ‘D’ and ‘F’ for international flights. CUSS (Common Use Self Service) Check-in Kiosks operate in the ‘D’ terminal.
To get to and from Boryspil the passengers can use taxi service (there is also official taxi service with fixed prices at the ‘D’ terminal), Sky Bus (operates between the airport and the Southern vestibule of the Central Railway Station via Kharkivska metro station), Shuttle Bus (operates between terminals and airport hotel) and rent a car directly at the airport.
An exclusive atmosphere of respectability and comfort of the business lounges, where the busy travelers can effectively work prior to the departure, is provided with Ukrainian and foreign press, assorted food and drinks, free Wi-Fi, desktop computers with access to Internet, fax, printer, copying machine, wide-screen TVs and a smoking room. Moreover, Premier VIP Lounge of the ‘D’ terminal offers a range of exclusive services for VIP passengers, creating special atmosphere before and after the trip. For passengers travelling with children there are special playing area and separate rooms at the ‘D’ terminal of Boryspil Airport. First Aid rooms and special smoking zones are also provided for the passengers’ comfort.
The passengers can also exchange currency and make other bank transactions and use services of automatic payment providers. Spending time at the Boryspil International Airport becomes a pleasant thing to do while shopping at the Duty Free with a wide range of exclusive perfumes, clothing and accessories, alcohol, chocolate, toys and souvenirs on offer and having a drink or dinner at one of many bars, cafes and restaurants of the airport.
Kyiv International Airport (Zhulyany)
There are three terminals at the Kyiv International Airport: ‘B’ operating business flights, ‘A’ and ‘D’ for both domestic and international flights.
To get to and from Kyiv Airport the passengers can use official Zhulyany-Kyiv taxi service with fixed prices, preorder private transfer at the hotel or use public transport, which is not the worst option as the airport is located within the city line, not far away from the center.
There is a business lounge at the ‘A’ terminal with free Wi-Fi, desktop computers with access to Internet and faxes for the busy travelers. Passengers can also order soft or hot drinks, alcoholic beverages and sandwiches free of charge or ask for the nearby situated Du Park restaurant delivery for additional fee. Moreover, Priority Line service is available for those who value their time to go through all the formalities in minimum time. For passengers travelling with children there is special Care room with a playing area, toilet, kitchen and sleeping places. Medical facilities and special smoking room are also available on site.
In addition, passengers can do some shopping at the Kyiv International Airport Duty Free and grab a bite or take a drink at one of the airport’s bars.
Before arriving at the airport, please check that you have all required flight details and travel documents. All the rest things necessary you can find out from our Kyiv Airports Guide. Enjoy your trips and have a pleasant stay in Ukraine!