In June 2021, Kharkiv International Airport’s traffic totalled 126,900 passengers. That is 5% more than was during the same period in 2019, i.e. before the quarantine when the figures reached 121,400. That is the first time we record improvement since the beginning of the pandemic.

The number of outbound flights grew by 15% as well—compared to 2019. There were 587 of them in June, while there were 510 two years ago. In particular, the airlines operated 368 international and 219 domestic flights.Four Turkish cities entered the top five most popular destinations among Kharkiv passengers. Those top five ones included Antalya, Istanbul, Bodrum, Kyiv, and Dalaman.

Monthly passenger traffic (’000 people)

June 2019June 2020June 2021Change compared to 2019
International102,50,5116,414%
Domestic18,91,110,5-44%
Total121,41,6126,95%

Number of flights per month

June 2019June 2020June 2021Change compared to 20
International345213687%
Domestic16512421933%
Total51014558715%

Flights launched and resumed in June

Passenger traffic increased, among other things, thanks to launching new flights. SkyUp Airlines launched regular flights to resort cities:

Heraklion, Greece starting from UAH 3,506

Tivat, Montenegro starting from UAH 2,687

Burgas, Bulgaria (resumed flights) starting from UAH 1,814

Pegasus Airlines launched regular flights to Bodrum, Turkey starting from UAH 1,767. Previously, only charter flights to this destination were available at Kharkiv International Airport.

Prices are indicated for one-way tickets (luggage not included). Tickets are already available for purchase on the airlines’ and airport’s websites as well as from tour operators and the airport’s ticket office at 0-800-303-803.

New flights from Kharkiv International Airport to resort cities launched in June.