Boryspil International Airport - KBP

Kiev, Ukraine (UA)

Getting into Kiev

SkyBus is cheaper


Sky Bus (Pink color) takes you from the airport to Kyiv city passing through ''Kharkivska'' subway station to the main railway station ''Kyiv-Pasazhyrskyi'', railway terminal ''Pivdennyi''. 

Cost: UAH 50 to ''Kharkivska'' subway station
Location: from Terminal D and B 
Operation hours: 24 hours daily


There are licensed taxis with fixed prices located in the first line of Terminal D. Despite the fact that they accept major credit cards, it is better to have cash with you.

Cost: about UAH 400-500 to ''Kharkivska'' subway station
Location: from Terminal D
Operation hours: 24 hours daily

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Getting around the airport

One Main Terminal

Boryspil International Airport is an international airport in Boryspil, 29 km east of Kiev, the capital of Ukraine. It is the country's largest airport, serving 65% of its passenger air traffic, including all its intercontinental flights and a majority of international flights. Boryspil International Airport has two operational passenger terminals (B and D), one cargo terminal (F) and a VIP terminal.

Terminal B: Serves mostly domestic flights. The terminal hosts shops, cafes, travel agencies and banks, as well as offices of airlines and a business center. The ground floor features luggage storage, waiting area, and check-in desks, whilst security and passport (immigration) control, the main departure lounge and the terminal's boarding gates are on the second floor. After passport control, passengers wait in the departure lounge where there is a business lounge, a number of cafes, restaurants and duty-free shops.

Terminal D: Terminal D is the main international departures and arrivals facility and serves as the home base of Ukraine International Airlines.  The terminal can be accessed from the airport's central access road for arrivals and in the same way but via a ramp for departures level. The building features both jetbridges and bus boarding stands and is equipped to handle wide-body aircraft such as Ukraine International Airlines' Boeing 777-200ERs.

Terminal F - Cargo: Terminal F was opened on 21 September 2010. it was originally meant to serve low-cost airlines. However, the higher level of service offered led to the transfer of many scheduled European and Asian carriers to the terminal.

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Car rental

Lowest Price Guaranteed

The following car rental agencies are available for your use at Boryspil International Airport: Europcar, Sixt, Hertz, Avis, Budget.

Location: Terminal D, arrivals area.

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Play areas

For passengers travelling with children

There is a special play area for children, located on the third level of the terminal D. Besides, there are special rooms for parents with children where you can change baby's clothes.

Location: Terminal D, airside

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