July was the second month of Kharkiv International Airport’s post-quarantine operation. Ryanair and Pegasus Airlines restored their regular flights that month, and Azur Air Ukraine, UIA, SkyUp Airlines, and Windrose—the charter ones. Wizz Air, a low-cost airline, opened new routes to Berlin (Schönefeld) and Tallinn, and Ryanair to Milan (Bergamo).

The airport handled 54 thousand passengers in July, including 45.8 thousand on international and 8.2 thousand on domestic flights. For comparison, June’s overall figure was as low as 1.6. The airport saw 407 departures, a mere 23% down year-on-year. There were 218 international departures and 189 domestic ones.

Also, the tickets for new Wizz Air-carried flights became available: Kharkiv–Milan (Malpensa) starting on 26 October and Kharkiv-Venice (Treviso) beginning on 30 March 2021.

Passenger flow during one month (thou.)

July 2019July 2020The change

The number of departures during one month

July 2019July 2020The change

Passenger flow during 7 months (thou.)

20192020The change

The number of departures during 7 months

20192020The change
International2 0351 061-48%
Total3 0091 672-44%

The seven-month passenger traffic totalled 324.3 thousand, 53% down year-on-year. Over this period, the airport saw 1.672 flight departures, 44% down y-o-y.

As reported earlier, all quarantine-time flights from the Kharkiv International Airport fully comply with COVID-19 prevention regulations. Please, read and acknowledge our rules for safe and comfortable flights before visiting the airport. Returning from the red zone countries, you can undergo testing for COVID-19 on arrival at the airport’s terminal. Testing is performed by accredited laboratories. The results are synced with the Diy Vdoma app.

Also, bear in mind that starting July digital ID cards and biometric passports as seen in the Diia app will be accepted on domestic flights in Ukraine.

The airport handled 54 thousand passengers in July 2020, against 131.5 thousand in July 2019.