The number of total passenger traffic of Kharkiv International Airport in November 2020 was 36.1 thousand people. Because of the observed increases in COVID-19 cases and the limited entry into some countries, that figure reached only 31% from the last year. 30.9 thousand passengers used international flights, and 5.2 thousand used domestic ones. The number of departures decreased compared to November 2019 from 477 to 249. Istanbul, Sharm el-Sheikh, Kyiv, Wrocław, and Antalya were the most popular destinations.

Passenger flow during one month (thou.)

November 2019November 2020The change
International95,430,9-68%
Domestic19,85,2-74%
Total115,236,1-69%

The number of departures during one month

November 2019November 2020The change
International328112-66%
Domestic149137-8%
Total477249-49%

Annual figures

Eleven-month passenger traffic was also at 51% of the figure seen over the same period last year: 624.5 thousand people used the services of Kharkiv Airport. There were 3,240 flights, compared to 5,138 in the same period last year.

Passenger flow during 11 months (thou.)

20192020The change
International1 014,6541,8-47%
Domestic212,682,7-61%
Total1 227,2624,5-49%

The number of departures during 10 months

20192020The change
International3 5511 940-45%
Domestic1 5871 300-18%
Total5 1383 240-37%

Holiday directions

In December and in January, the airport is operating normally and continues to keep all sanitary standards. For the New Year holidays, domestic and international flights are available from Kharkiv.

Domestic flights are performed without restrictions, and we have convenient flight options across Ukraine from Windrose Airlines. Every day you can get to Lviv and Ivano-Frankivsk with a transfer in Kyiv—the whole trip will take no more than 4.5 hours.

On international flights, you can go to Turkey and Egypt. There are daily flights from Kharkiv to Istanbul. Charter flights to Sharm el-Sheikh are every Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Sunday. Every Tuesday there is a flight to the Turkish city Kayseri, located near the Erciyes ski resort.

Also, there is a holiday gift from the Wizz Air airline: the carrier announced the resumption of flights to six European cities in the second half of December. Flights to Kraków might be opened on December 17. Flights to Vienna, Berlin, Dortmund, and Gdańsk may restore on December 18. Flights to Wrocław can be operational on December 20.

Reserve tickets by phone at 0-800-303-803 and check the status of flights on the online display board. Don’t forget to familiarize yourself with the conditions of entry to the country you need at tripadvisor.mfa.gov.ua and with the conditions of entry to Ukraine at visitukraine.today.

On holidays, you can visit Turkey, Egypt, Europe or plan a trip across Ukraine.