There are two main airports in the capital of Ukraine, Borispol International Airport and Zhuliany Airport.
Borispol Airport is the largest and most modern airport in the whole country. The airport, located 38 km, or 24 miles, away from Kiev, was considerably rebuilt in 2000. This operates mainly international flights, receiving regular flights of 31 foreign airlines. The airport services more than 6 thousands clients, operating about one hundred flights every day. The airport features currency exchange offices, duty-free shops, post office, left luggage, drug store and restaurants.
The registration at Borispol Airport starts 2 hours and 30 minutes before the departure time and finishes 40 minutes before the flight. One should not miss the ticket registration, since the ticket can be sold to another person.
Most domestic flights operate from Zhuliany Airport, which is located 11 km, or 7 miles, from the center of Kiev. Domestic flights connect all the major cities of Ukraine, including Odessa, Lviv, Donetsk, Sevastopol and others. Note that air fares for foreigners for domestic flights are more expensive than for Ukrainian citizens.