Serving the capital city of Ukraine, Kiev Boryspil International Airport offers a choice of more than 20 airline companies. Being the busiest airport in Ukraine, Boryspil International Airport is a major hub for the largest domestic airline companies.
Aerosvit Airlines operates the busiest schedule in Kiev’s primary airport. This company is one of the two national flag carriers for Ukraine. Aerosvit links Kiev with other major Eastern European cities including Budapest, Bucharest, Prague, Sofia, and Warsaw. Additionally, the Ukrainian flag carrier offers non-stop flights to some of the largest cities in the former Soviet Republics. Baku, Bishkek, Chisinau, Minsk, Tbilisi, Tashkent, Vilnius, and Yerevan are also accessible via Aerosvit. Other major European destinations offered by Aerosvit include Athens, Copenhagen, Istanbul, Stockholm, and Stuttgart.
Ukraine’s flag carrier naturally links Kiev with several major destinations in the Russian Federation. In addition to direct trips to the capital city of Moscow, Aerosvit provides flights to Murmansk, Novosibirsk, St. Petersburg, Rostov-on-Don, Samarkand, Sochi, and Yekaterinburg. Using the Ukrainian flag carrier, passengers at Kiev Boryspil International Airport have access to major domestic destinations such as Donetsk, Dnipropetrovsk, Kharkiv, and Odessa. By offering flights to New York and Toronto, Aerosvit operates the only direct route between Kiev and North America. All Aerosvit service is available in Terminal B at Kiev Boryspil International Airport.
Ukraine International Airlines is another major domestic carrier that uses Kiev Boryspil International Airport as a hub. This other national flag carrier of Ukraine connects Kiev to more than 20 total destinations. Amsterdam, Berlin, Brussels, Frankfurt, London, Madrid, Milan, Nice, Paris, Rome, and Vienna are major European destinations that are accessible through Ukraine International Airlines. This Ukrainian flag carrier specializes in flights to Europe and offers limited service to the Russian Federation and the former Soviet Republic nations. Israel and the United Arab Emirates are also part of the extensive schedule operated by Ukraine International Airlines, which is based in Terminal F at Kiev Boryspil International Airport.
The domestic charter airline Windrose Airlines connects Kiev with popular tourist destinations in Europe, the Middle East, and the Mediterranean Sea. Antalya, Heraklion, Hurghada, and Split are some of the popular options offered by this small Ukrainian charter airline that operates in Terminal F at Kiev Boryspil International Airport.
Ukraine’s busiest airport is served well by neighboring countries that were Soviet Republics. AirBaltic, Air Moldova, Azerbaijan Airlines, Belavia, Estonian Air, Turkmenistan Airlines, and Uzbekistan Airlines all serve Kiev Boryspil International Airport. Additionally, Kiev also receives service from major airline companies from the Russian Federation. Aeroflot, RusLine, Tatarstan Airlines, and Ural Airlines connect Kiev with major cities in Russia.