Is Boryspil ready for the flood of tourists for the tournament?

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Jan. 20, 2012, 1:37 a.m. | Ukraine Politics — by Olga Rudenko

Boryspil international airport has undergone huge changes ahead of Euro 2012, with one new terminal completed (pictured) and another set to open later this year.
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Olga Rudenko

The death of a passenger at Boryspil airport last month is raising questions about whether Ukraine’s main airport can safely handle the flow of thousands of soccer fans arriving this summer for the Euro 2012 soccer championships.
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