Boryspil airport finishes reconstruction of Terminal B forecourt

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Oct. 9, 2012, 6:50 p.m. | Business — by Interfax-Ukraine

Boryspil International Airport (Kyiv) has completed the reconstruction of the forecourt of Terminal B.
© Photo from official page of Boryspil airport in Facebook

Boryspil International Airport (Kyiv) has completed the reconstruction of the forecourt of Terminal B.

According to the press service of the airport, during the reconstruction significant deficiencies, which were inconvenient for passengers and drivers, were eliminated.

Reconstruction improved the capacity and logistics efficiency of the Terminal B forecourt due to streamlining and organizing traffic in front of the terminal.

In addition, asphalt pavement was completely replaced, pedestrian walkways were repaired and all necessary facilities on the site were provided. To increase the number of parking places two parking lots were combined, an additional special parking lot for the company vehicles was made.

"The reconstruction work was carried out with minimum restrictions on using the forecourt, without causing any inconvenience to passengers," reads a statement.

"The Terminal B forecourt will remain the major transport interchange of the airport until the reconstruction of Terminal D is completed. In the future it will be used for the transfer of passengers, departing from Terminal F," reads the report.

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