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"Kiev" (Zhulyany) International Airport (Ukrainian: Міжнародний аеропорт "Київ" (Жуляни)) (IATA: IEV, ICAO: UKKK) is one of the two passenger airports of the Ukrainian capital Kiev. It is located in the Zhulyany neighbourhood in the south of the city. The airport is officially named "Kiev", because it is owned by the city community. However it is not the main Kiev airport. In the 1960s the larger Boryspil State International Airport was built near the city of Boryspil. Since that time the old "Kiev" airport became commonly known just as "Zhulyany" (or Kiev-Zhulyany), while it still keeps the official "Kiev" name. In Soviet times Kiev-Zhulyany was used for domestic flights only. After independence it began receiving some international flights from nearby countries. Surrounded by residential districts, the airport has no possibility for expansion and is severely limited in types and MTOW of aircraft, certificated to operate there.
Boryspil State International Airport (IATA: KBP, ICAO: UKBB) is an international airport located near the city of Boryspil, 29 km east of Kiev. It is Ukraine's largest airport, serving the major part of international flights of the country. Boryspil Airport is one of three airports that serve Kiev. Zhulyany Airport is a passenger airport located in the south part of Kiev; the airport serves predominantly domestic flights. Gostomel Airport is a cargo airport located in the north-western suburb of Kiev, mostly used by Antonov company. Boryspil State International Airport is part of Airports Council International.
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