"Kyiv-Boryspil" Airport  is a key air hub of Ukraine, serving 62% of passenger traffic coming to the country. 43 foreign and 8 Ukrainian airlines are serving scheduled flights, which are on 93 routes: 82 international and 11 local.

Boryspil Airport will become the main air gateway to the European Football Championships in 2012.

If you come to Ukraine for the first time or to work as an expatriate, you are welcome to contact One Stop Ukraine a tailor-made foreign tourist and expat service agency located in Kiev, Ukraine.

Kiev-Boryspil Airport has five terminals:

Terminal A - guided by the passengers traveling in the territory of Ukraine (domestic flights) 

Terminal B - serves most of the passengers traveling in the near and far abroad (international flights)

Terminal C (VIP-passengers)

Terminal F (international flights, mostly charter and low cost airlines)

If you come to Ukraine as an expat, you should take care of the Ukrainian immigration regulations, residence and work permit in Ukraine.

Before buying an air ticket to Ukraine, always check travel information, customs and border rules, visa to Ukraine with the Ukraine Embassy in your country.