Ukraine is seeking investors to operate and expand its main international airport at Boryspil near Kiev, the Infrastructure Ministry said. The government decided this week to seek bids for the Boryspil Airport concession, the ministry said in a statement on its website today. The concession will be signed for at leat 10 years, the ministry said.
Ukraine expects at least 2.3 billion hryvnia ($590 million) to be invested in Boryspil Airport in the first two years, according to the statement. The investor will also assume the airport’s outstanding debt of 4.8 billion hryvnia, the ministry said.