Kyiv International Airport Zhuliany (IEV)

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Igor Sikorsky Kyiv International Airport Zhuliany (IATA: IEV, ICAO: UKKK), is one of the two international passenger airports serving the capital of Ukraine, Kyiv. It is the second airport in the country in terms of passengers.

 

 

The airport is located in the neighborhood of Zhuliany within the city, at 9 kilometers from the downtown. Wizz Air is the main local low-cost carrier serving Kyiv International Airport Zhuliany.

Kyiv International Airport Zhuliany is one of the two international airports of Kyiv.
Kyiv International Airport Zhuliany is one of the two international airports of Kyiv.
Kyiv International Airport Zhuliany has three terminals: International Terminal A, Terminal B and Domestic Terminal D.
Kyiv International Airport Zhuliany has three terminals: International Terminal A, Terminal B and Domestic Terminal D.
Kyiv is the largest city and capital of Ukraine.
Kyiv is the largest city and capital of Ukraine.
Kyiv has an ancient Jewish legacy. You can find a couple of synagogues within the city such as the Brodsky Choral Synagogue.
Kyiv has an ancient Jewish legacy. You can find a couple of synagogues within the city such as the Brodsky Choral Synagogue.
The Golden Gates of Kyiv have been reconstructed. They used to be the gates of the medieval wall of the city.
The Golden Gates of Kyiv have been reconstructed. They used to be the gates of the medieval wall of the city.
St. Sophia Cathedral is one the most outstanding Russian Orthodox churches you can find in Kyiv.
St. Sophia Cathedral is one the most outstanding Russian Orthodox churches you can find in Kyiv.
About the name: Kyiv International Airport Zhuliany was named after the Russian aviation pioneer.
Kyiv International Airport Zhuliany is one of the busiest aeronautical hubs in Europe and handled 1,127,500 passengers in 2016.

 

Terminal Information

Kyiv International Airport Zhuliany has a single international passenger terminal (International Terminal A) which hosts the international flights, the B Terminal (Business Terminal), and the D Terminal, which stands for the Domestic Terminal. Many of the international and domestic flights are served by the local low-cost carrier Wizz Air.

 

The international Terminal A is split into two levels as follows:

 

 

 

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Facilities and Services

Kyiv International Airport Zhuliany offers the following services to passengers:

 

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Contact information:

Find below several contact information regarding Kyiv International Airport Zhuliany:

 

Lost & found: +38 044 339 26 79

 

Police office: +38 044 339 26 44

 

Address: 
03036, Kyiv, Povitroflotsky Avenue, 79
UKRAINE

 

Phone: +38 044 585 02 11
assistant@airport.kiev.ua

Transport

The following means of transport are available at Kyiv International Airport Zhuliany to get to the city center:

 

Bus: There are several Minibus “Marshrutka” and Trolleybus routes which may help you to transfer to Kyiv downtown.

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Taxi: Get to Kyiv city centre within 30 minutes by taxi from Kyiv International Airport Zhuliany.

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Car rental: Find the car rental booths in the ground level of the main terminal. Remember you can rent your car through our searching engine!

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About Kyiv

Kyiv, also known as Kiev, is the largest city and the capital of Ukraine. It is located in the north central part of the country. It is one of the oldest cities in Eastern Europe, since the first documents about Kyiv dates of the 5th century as a Slavic major commercial centre. It wasn’t until 1917 that it declared its independence from the Russian Empire and formed the Ukrainian National Republic, and then, in 1991, after the USSR collapse, its independence.

Kyiv features for its Jewish legacy, which is reflected with the two major synagogues; the Great Choral Synagogue and the Brodsky Choral Synagogue. Some of the sight points you shouldn’t miss while your visit in the city are the Maidan Square (the Independence Square), the Andriyivskyy Descent art district, St. Sophia Cathedral, Kiev Pechersk Lavra, which is an UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Mariyinsky Palace and the Golden Gates, among others.

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