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Posted by Dan on December 10, 2000 at 16:11:30:

In Reply to: Re: A Bit of Clarity . . . posted by Fedsar on December 10, 2000 at 16:05:44:

walk in and wait. If someone asks, they can always give them your name and the records will show that you are, indeed, expected to use the VIP service.

Should be no problem.

- Dan

: Thanks Dan, so...

: OK, so how does the person waiting for you enter the VIP room? I mean, does she need some kind of pass or something?

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: : In Kyiv's VIP terminal, as the traveler emerges from clearing Passport Control and Customs, you enter a relatively small room. In this room are a bar where drinks and snacks are served - and several couches and chairs where the people wait for arriving passengers. When I was last there, maybe 5 people were waiting in this room and it was completely uncrowded and comfortable. It is also impossible to miss the arriving passengers since the place is so small. In the summertime, it is also air-conditioned unlike the main terminal.

: : I hope this clarifies.

: : As for Odesa, I understand they *do* have VIP service, but I do not know the procedure nor do I know the cost. Sorry.

: : - Dan

: : : Can someone please detail the VIP process, if available, at the Odessa airport? (cost, whom one sets it up with, etc.)

: : : Is it the same as it occurs in Kiev? I read in the article below that the person waiting for you (girlfriend, friend, etc.) will be waiting for you in a lounge. Really? How do they notify your person-in-waiting?

: : : Thanks.





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