You can find on this page the Kiev airports map to print and to download in PDF. The Kiev airport map presents terminals and gates of the international airport of Kiev in Ukraine.
The Kiev airports map shows all the airports around Kiev. This airports map of Kiev will allow you to determine which airport you will used to leave Kiev in Ukraine. The Kiev airports map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
Air passengers arrive in Kiev through one of two airports: the Boryspil Airport which is served by many international airlines, and the smaller Zhulyany Airport, serving mostly domestic flights and limited flights to nearby countries as its mentioned in Kiev airports map. The international passenger terminal at Boryspil is small, yet modern, being expanded in 2006. There is a separate terminal for domestic flights within walking distance. Passengers flying to other countries from Ukraine usually travel through Boryspil, as other airports in Ukraine such as Donetsk, Simferopol, Odessa, provide very limited international connections. There is also Gostomel cargo airport in Kiev north-western suburb of Hostomel. Kiev is notable in the world of aviation industry as the headquarters for Antonov aircraft manufacturing company.
The registration at Borispol Airport starts 2 hours and 30 minutes before the departure time and finishes 40 minutes before the flight. One should not miss the ticket registration, since the ticket can be sold to another person. Most domestic flights operate from Zhuliany Airport, which is located 11 km, or 7 miles, from the center of Kiev as you can see in Kiev airports map. Domestic flights connect all the major cities of Ukraine, including Odessa, Lviv, Donetsk, Sevastopol and others. Note that air fares for foreigners for domestic flights are more expensive than for Ukrainian citizens. Apart from Zhuliany and Boryspil, Kiev has a cargo airport situated in the neighboring town of Gostomel. Hostomel Airport is operated by Antonov plane-manufacturing company and it is home for Antonov Airlines.
Kiev (Zhuliany) International Airport ( Ukrainian : Міжнародний аеропорт "Київ" (Жуляни) ) ( IATA : IEV , ICAO : UKKK ) is one of the two passenger airports of the Ukrainian capital Kiev. It is located in the Zhuliany neighborhood in the south of the city as its shown in Kiev airports map. The airport is officially named "Kiev", because it is owned by the city community. However it is not the main Kiev airport. In the 1960s the larger Boryspil International Airport was built near the city of Boryspil. Since that time the old "Kiev" airport became commonly known just as "Zhuliany" (or Kiev-Zhuliany ), while it still keeps the official "Kiev" name.
The map of Kiev airport presents the main international airport of Kiev. This international airport map of Kiev will allow you to determine by which terminal and gate you will arrive or leave Kiev in Ukraine. The airport Kiev map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
Boryspil International Airport (Ukrainian: Міжнародний аеропорт "Бориспіль") (IATA: KBP, ICAO: UKBB) is an international airport located 6 km (3.7 mi) west of Boryspil, 29 km (18 mi) east of Kiev as you can see in Kiev international airport map. It is Ukraine largest airport, serving the major part of international flights of the country, and is one of three airports that serve Kyiv. The airport is a member of Airports Council International. Terminal D, construction of which began on 24 March 2008, was opened on 28 May 2012 with an initial capacity of 3,100 passengers per hour. It received its first arrivals passengers (from Tehran-Imam Khomeini) on 29 May 2012. Terminal B currently serves domestic/international flights - (The terminal will operate as a domestic/international terminal upon completion of Terminal D); it is the airport main terminal. Terminal F was opened on 21 September 2010 by President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych as a home base for Ukraine International Airlines.
Boryspil International Airport currently has four operational terminals; one of which is a VIP terminal as its mentioned in Kiev international airport map. There is additionally one planned terminal (Terminal E) which is to have a per hour capacity of 2,000 passengers and is expected to be completed ca. 2015. The airport largely overcrowded domestic terminal (Terminal A) was closed on September 15, 2011, in favour of transferring all domestic operations to Terminal B. The new, larger, Terminal D was opened on 28 May 2012; it is expected that this terminal will take over much of the traffic which currently uses Terminal B, thus relieving overcrowding at Boryspil. Terminal F started handling regular flights as of October 31, 2010 with an initial capacity of 900 passengers/hour.
Boryspil airport is equipped with two runways, with the terminals occupying a centre-field location. The airport eastern No. 1 runway (36R-18L) built in 2001 and now serves many international flights, in particular those to Russia and other countries of the former Soviet Union. On the other hand, No. 2 runway (36L-18R - the airport western runway as its mentioned in Kiev international airport map) is planned for the near term, whilst in the long term (2012–14) there are plans to build a third crosswind runway at the airport. Short stay car parking facilities at the airport are provided in the immediate vicinity of terminals B and F, whilst long term parking facilities can be found in the vicinity of the airport access road and 'station square'. In addition to these current existing facilities, the airport is, in connection with the construction of Terminal D, building its first multi-storey car park facility; this will be a combined long and short stay car park.