Fly to Kiev from London and explore one of the oldest cities in Eastern Europe. The city’s dramatic setting on the river Dnieper and its mix of architecture from many centuries make Kiev a particularly interesting destination for a city break.
Photogenic spots such as the Andriyivskyy Descent’s winding lane and the pepper pot towers of the reconstructed St Michael’s Golden-Domed Monastery make the city one of the most beautiful in the former Soviet Union, while the lavish opera house and the cafes and bars of central Kreschatik Street keeps things busy in the evenings. You can also use Flights to Kiev to access the city’s wider region, an area little visited by international tourists. The nuclear disaster site of Chernobyl and the adjoining ghost city of Pripyat are both easy to visit by day trip from Kiev, while further to the southwest is the medieval clifftop fortress of Kamianets Podilskyi, named in 2007 as one of the seven wonders of Ukraine.
Flights from London Heathrow to Kiev’s Boryspil airport take 3 hours 10 minutes. Ukraine’s main air hub, Boryspil airport is located 18 miles east of Kiev. British Airways flights arrive at the airport’s Terminal F.
When you fly with British Airways, you can choose a departure date that suits you and you’ll enjoy a safe and comfortable journey. Our cabin crew will be happy to help you with anything you need, so you can simply relax. Choose to fly with hand baggage only or pick a price that includes a 23kg checked baggage allowance and free seat selection 24 hours before you fly. You can also buy delicious food from British food favourite M&S, on board all flights from/to London Heathrow and London Gatwick. For your convenience we will only accept payment by credit/debit cards on board, and Executive Club Members can pay with Avios via the British Airways app.
Boryspil airport is connected to central Kiev by taxi and by bus. These leave for Kiev’s Yuzhni (Southern) Station every 15-20 minutes and take from 40 minutes to an hour depending on traffic. Kiev is served by an efficient, extremely deep metro system, whose grand stations are sights in themselves. A funicular railway also climbs the slope between the central Upper Town and the Podil area.
Kiev’s Boryspil airport has several good places to eat and shop. Terminal B’s Khutorok restaurant serves traditional Ukrainian dishes such as fruit dumplings and red Borsch soup, while for coffee and free wifi the best choice is the airport’s branch of international chain Costa Coffee. A good choice of duty free shopping is available in the departure lounge.