The airport “Borispol” imposed an embargo on delivery of mailPhoto:

Already affected postal operators of Ukraine who receive goods through the Boryspil international airport

25.12.18 640100

International airport “Borispol” because of the seasonal workload imposed an embargo on the acceptance and processing of cargo and mail from abroad, the press service of the airport.

Restrictions will apply from 24 December 2018 to January 4th 2019.

These measures taken in connection with the sharp increase in cargo volumes over the past two weeks.

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“The situation due to insufficient technical and human resources for timely processing of goods in the winter. The airport has stopped accepting import cargoes to remedy the situation and provide measures for handling the existing volume of imports”, – said the press service.

It is noted that the export and transit cargo will be processed and sent as usual.

It is noted that the decision of the management of the airport has affected postal operators of Ukraine who receive goods through the Boryspil international airport, told the newspaper Director of international operations “Ukrposhta” Yulia Pavlenko.

According to her, clients of postal services massively complain about delays in mail delivery in the holidays. National operator account for about 10% of imported shipments.

“Ukrposhta” has made every effort to eliminate the consequences of force majeure with the processing of mail. However, the obvious fact is that without modern cargo terminal in the Central airport of the country change the situation very difficult,” she said.

Earlier it was reported that the Ukrainian airport “Borispol” has become one of the least popular airports in the world.

Airport “Borispol” (6.03 points) followed in seventh place of the rating of the portal AirHelp, where passengers indicate not only the difficult situation with the punctuality of the staff, but that he was “very small in order to regulate the flow of people in such a large and often visited the city as Kiev.”