On the basis of airport and hotel Iaroslavskyi in Kharkov held a forum on the development of the ground infrastructure of aviation industry
KIEV. March 28. UNN. Today in Kharkiv gathered the Director of the Ukrainian airports to discuss ways of development of the ground infrastructure of Russian aviation. This was reported in the Association “Airports of Ukraine” civil aviation(AAPA), reports UNN.
The Congress centre owned by the Yaroslavl luxury hotel Kharkiv Palace 5* with the support of a team built and managed a businessman of International airport “Kharkov” was held the meeting of the Economics and law Committee of AAUGA. The event was dedicated to discussing and formulating strategic decisions affecting the development and expansion of airport infrastructure in Ukraine. In particular, spoke about the legal field of air transportation and harmonise legislation with the EU, the regulation of the size of airport charges, the use of land owned by airports.
Among those who arrived in Kharkiv Palace 5* guests — the leadership of AAPA, representatives of the Ministry of transport and the Ministry of infrastructure of Ukraine, state enterprise “ukraeroruh”, the airports of Kiev, Odessa, Dnepr, Zaporozhye, Vinnitsa, Krivoy Rog, Poltava, Kherson, etc.
Acting first Deputy Chairman of state aviation administration of Ukraine Sergey Korsak said, “This is a very useful event where business and officials have the opportunity to talk openly and discuss the issues that exist today”.
The Chairman of AUGA Peter, Lipovenko said: “We are grateful for the opportunity to hold a meeting in such a comfortable chic environment. Analyze the state of the industry and discuss strategic issues.”
CEO of International airport “Kharkiv” Vladimir Vasilchenko told about experience of development of a network of flights and attract carriers, and also commented on the event AAUGA: “today We discussed issues of further development of the industry. The market dictates new prices — the advent of low-cost airlines(low cost carriers). And this should be taken into account in the strategy.”
Owner and President of DCH, the investor of Kharkiv airport and hotel KharkivPalace 5* Alexander Yaroslavsky came to welcome the participants of the forum: “I am very pleased that all have responded to our offer. Gathered all the elite of the aviation business. Share ideas, thoughts and plans. And I hope that everything will come after that chatting with some new projects. Because the Ukrainian airports, it works for Ukraine. And this is our main task — to make so that the citizens of Ukraine and guests of our country was comfortable”.
After the official part the guests visited the international airport “Kharkiv” and functioning on the basis of its training Center for pilots “Rotor”.
International airport “Kharkiv” in its current form appeared in Kharkov as one of the objects of infrastructure of Euro-2012. The project was implemented in the format of private-public partnerships, construction of a new terminal of the 2 terminals and the restoration of a historic building of the old terminal was funded by Aleksander Yaroslavskiy, with a contribution of $ 107 million. The total investment Yaroslavskyy in preparation for Euro 2012 has exceeded 300 million. and in the development of the Kharkiv region — $ 1 billion.
Construction work at the Kharkiv airport, and then it is managed by the DCH Group. In 2018 the services of International airport “Kharkiv” was used by about 1 million travelers, was opened on 12 new scheduled routes. In 2019 it is planned to increase passenger traffic by 25%. Alexander Yaroslavsky also expressed its readiness to invest about 70 million UAH in the construction of the terminal complex of the airport in the river. At the request of the mayor, he financed the involvement of authoritative European experts to assess options for the implementation of the project.
In early March, experts AirportConsulting Vienna said that the most attractive scenario is the development of the existing airport of the Dnieper river: in this case, investment in 2 times less ($200 million. against $ 400 million.), and the period of performance is 2.5 times shorter (2 years instead of 5 years) compared with development of greenfield sites in the open field.