The Boryspil international airport in Kyiv region has resumed operation earlier suspended due the cloud of volcanic ash after the volcanic explosion in Iceland.
The press secretary of the Boryspil international airport told this to Ukrainian News.
According to her, the operation of the airport was partially renewed at 07:20 on Sunday.
According to the Web site of the Boryspil international airport as at 12:10 of Sunday, departure of some planes is scheduled in the southern direction (Georgia, Turkey, Israel, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates, and Turkmenistan), including planes that were scheduled to fly on April 17, and the departure of planes to Moscow (Russia) and New York (the United States).
Also, the Boryspil international airport will start flights to Ukrainian cities and will start accepting flights from Ukrainian cities.
As Ukrainian News earlier reported, abroad media reported a huge ash cloud from an Icelandic volcano near the Eyjafjallajokull glacier to result in delays of more than 6,000 flights.
Iceland, Great Britain, Finland, Austria, Ireland, Denmark, Sweden, Lithuania and Latvia closed their air spaces.
Partially closed their air spaces Germany, Belgium, Poland, the Czech Republic, France, the Netherlands and Norway.
The flights were cancelled because of worries that volcanic ash could wreak havoc on jet engines and airframes.