Release date: 24 January 2020
Promoter – Financial Intermediary
BORYSPIL INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT SE
The project comprises the delivery of the initial phase of Kyiv Boryspil Airport (KBP) capital investment plan. It consists of a number of infrastructure enhancements at KBP designed to ensure that the highest levels of aviation safety and security are preserved and strengthen its operational resilience. Major works include the rehabilitation of the western airfield system, including the western runway (18R-36L), which has been operating for more than 50 years and is in poor condition, the associated parallel taxiway, the airfield ground lighting and the instrument landing systems, plus a range of other associated airside infrastructure works.
The project is designed to strengthen the airport's operational resilience and ensure that the highest levels of aviation safety and security are preserved. Major works include the rehabilitation of the western runway (18R-36L), plus a range of other associated airside infrastructure works.
This operation is covered by the EU Guarantee for EIB loans outside the EU.
- Transport - Transportation and storage
Under ELM Guarantee
This operation is covered by the ELM Guarantee.
Proposed EIB finance (Approximate amount)
EUR 270 million
Total cost (Approximate amount)
EUR 351 million
If situated in the EU, the new runway construction component would fall under Annex I of the EIA Directive 2011/92/EU requiring a full Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA). The environmental process followed for the individual project components and the compliance with the Bank's environmental and social standards will be assessed during the project appraisal.
The Promoter has to ensure that any procurement procedures are done in accordance with the EIB's Guide to Procurement and the relevant applicable EU public procurement rules.
Approved - 16/12/2020
Before financing approval by the Board of Directors, and before loan signature, projects are under appraisal and negotiation. The data provided on this page is therefore indicative and cannot be considered to represent official EIB policy (see also the Explanatory notes).