Adapted from the “High sky” book written by the veteran of civil aviation Nikolai Mazin.
In 1943 when
In 1946 passengers flow amount reached 300 passengers, such destinations as
Since 1976 the airport is able to accept TU-154 that allowed to establish direct air connection between
During period between 1979 and 1983 years airport became Aeroflot methodical basis for working out and implementing quality management system. The standardization concerned all processes of airport activity management.
In 1992 international destinations became available. Fights to
In 1993 medium-range aircraft YAK-42 was purchased. Flight operation on heavy aircrafts had started.
In 1994 airport was a base for 6 YAK-42 aircrafts. The operation of international flights from
In 2004-2006 aviation company “Dniproavia” based in the airport bought two Boeing 737 aircrafts. New destinations became available.
Since 2008 new modern aircrafts such as Embraer-145/190, Boeing-737, and Bombardier CRJ had been replacing YAK-40 aircrafts.
In 2011 Dnepropetrovsk International airport became a separate enterprise
The new stage of its development had begun.
In 1987 runway were extended up to
In 2003 due to celebration of 100th anniversary of civil aviation and 70th anniversary of the airport a monument to aviators was unveiled.
In 2005 birch alley named “Alley of World War II winners” was planted. A capsule was walled up with compellation to future generations supposed to be open in 2045
2007 – due to EURO-2012 arrangement, airport’s reconstruction project development was in progress.
In 2010 active phase of reconstruction had begun.
In 2011 - separate enterprise Dnepropetrovsk International airport LLC was founded. Modern hangar for aircrafts maintenance were built. Building of new terminal was in progress, reconstruction projects of runway and apron were being designed.