State-run enterprise Boryspil International Airport (Kyiv), the country's largest airport, saw a 2.2-fold rise in net profit in January-September 2016, to UAH 1.026 billion.
The airport said that its net revenue over the period grew by 30%, to UAH 2.446 billion.
As reported, Boryspil Airport in January-September 2016 increased its passenger traffic by 16% year-over-year and 21% from January-September 2014, compared to the same period of 2015, to 6.47 million people. In 2016, the airport seeks to service over 8.3 million passengers.
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Boryspil Airport Head Yevhen Dykhne said that if there were no large exchange rate fluctuations, the state-run enterprise would see UAH 1.2 billion of net profit, while earlier the airport anticipated that it would post UAH 1 billion in net profit in 2016.
Boryspil airport services over 68% of passenger transportation in Ukraine. It is the only airport in the country servicing long-haul flights. Over 50 airlines fly from the airport on more than 100 routes all over the world.