Boryspil International Airport is the largest airport in the country of Ukraine, situated in Boryspil, nearly thirty kilometres outside of the capital city of Kiev. This major international hub of aviation is one of two located in the capital city of Kiev, accounting for more than fifty percent of passenger travel.
Boryspil International Airport boasts four operational terminals, three of which are dedicated separately to domestic, international and cargo divisions, respectively. Two runways enclose the central tier of terminals, serving for efficient design allocating easy passenger movement. The location services more than twenty passenger airlines and eight cargo carriers as well as a comprehensive catering service that produces a mass quantity of flight-packaged meals on a daily basis.
The entrance to Boryspil International Airport is accessible via M03 National Road. Multiple buses and minibus lines provide for public transit, connecting the airport to the Syretsko-Pecherska Line and the central railway station. There are also intercity buses and taxis that make stops at the airport as well.
The Boryspil International Airport was originally named Kyiv-Tsentralnyi and birthed out of a military base that necessitated civilian travel in the late 1950s. The location currently houses the 15th Transport Aviation Brigade.