Ukraine Airports – Guide to the Airports of Ukraine

There are numerous airports in Ukraine operating either in an international or domestic capacity. Most international flights to Kyiv land at Boryspil International Airport, but there are several other international airports scattered throughout Ukraine. In fact, there are more than 180 paved airports in Ukraine. After arriving at one of Ukraine's airports you can take a taxi or bus into the city.

Keep all the documentation you receive from customs as these have to be presented when you leave the country again. Facilities in Ukraine’s airports include: money exchange, banks, ATMs, shops, duty free stores, restaurants, bars, travel agencies, business centers and facilities for the disabled.

Boryspil International Airport, located just 29 km from Kiev, is the largest airport in Ukraine and receives most of the international flights. Other airports which serve Kiev are Zhulyany Airport (domestic) and Gostomel Airport (cargo). Zhulyany Airport in the south of Kiev is home to a fascinating aviation museum as well as an aircraft repair company. Ukraine’s Odessa International Airport, built in 1961, handles domestic and international flights. It is also often used by the Ukrainian Air Force.

Below is a list of some of the airports in Ukraine along with their International Air Transport Association code.

Berdyansk – ERD
Cherkasy – CKC
Chernigov – CEJ
Chernivtsi – CWC
Dnepropetrovsk – DNK
Donetsk – DOK
Ivano-Frankovsk – IFO
Kamenets-Podolskiy – KCP
Kerch – KHC
Kharkiv – HRK
Kherson – KHE
Khmelnitskiy – HMJ
Kiev Boryspil – KBP
Kiev Zhulyany – IEV
Kirovograd – KGO
Kramatorsk – KRQ
Kremenchug – KHU
Krivoy Rog / Kryvyi Rih Lozovatka – KWG
Lugansk – VSG
Lutsk – UCK
Lviv – LWO
Mariupol – MPW
Mirgorod – MXR
Nikolaev – NLV
Odessa – ODS
Poltava – PLV
Rovno – RWN
Severodoneck – SEV
Simferopol – SIP
Sumy – UMY
Ternopil – TNL
Uzhgorod – UDJ
Vinnitsa – VIN
Zaporozhye Mokraya – OZH
Zhitomir – ZTR

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