Kiev Boryspil Airport
|Project Title||Master Plan|
|Airport||Kiev Boryspil Airport|
|IATA / ICAO||KBP, UKBB|
|Time Frame||2003 – ongoing|
|Capacity||[Phase 1] 15 MAP – [Phase 7] 54 MAP|
|Client||State Enterprise “International Airport Boryspil” (KBP)|
Over the past 16 years, we have devised various development concepts for Kiev’s international airport. Starting in 2003, in cooperation with JSK Architects, a terminal extension program which included the existing passenger terminal buildings was developed for AEROSVIT Airlines.
In 2004, ADM prepared a master plan for the entire area of Kiev-Boryspil Airport, which also serves as a CEE hub. Due to changes in the fundamental conditions, the master plan was reworked in 2008 – to take into account the newly available airport areas and transport forecasts. As a result, the planned technical development concept was adapted based on the following: a detailed analysis of the market sector and a more comprehensive strategic concept (i.e. to maximize the airport’s new potential), as well as a traffic forecast that extends to all relevant segments of the airport through the next 30 years. The technical development program had to consider the relevant economic and capacity framework, and it was furthermore accompanied by a tailor-made financing concept.
The most recent master plan update was executed in 2017. The heart of the Project is the state-of-the-art midfield-terminal with a capacity of up to 54 MAP. According to the development concept te new terminal Building will be built in 7 Construction Phases.
In addition, expansion of the runways, aprons, airport- and airline maintenance area as well as cargo facilities are planned.