Maxim Arslanov 13 February 2014
Maxim Arslanov 16 January 2014
Ihor Hoshovskyi 14 January 2014
The bankruptcy of AeroSvit, the initialing of the Open Skies agreement with the EU, the change of leadership at the Boryspil airport, and the beginning of An-158 aircraft deliveries. This is an incomplete list of the key events in the Ukrainian aviation industry in 2013. What impact did they have on the industry?
Maxim Arslanov 27 December 2013
Following the signing of the Moscow agreements, the government has once again started talking about ambitious projects in the aircraft manufacturing industry - production of 80 An-124 heavy transport airplanes - and almost USD 13 billion in total revenues. However, does such a project have real prospects?
Maxim Arslanov 20 December 2013
The advantages of the association agreement will be simplification of access to foreign loans, improvement of the investment climate in Ukraine, access to new markets, and harmonization of Ukraine’s legal framework with European standards. The disadvantages will be the risks associated with Russia's response and increased competition.
Kateryna Hrebenyk 17 December 2013
There are cases of inconsiderable cargo spills in ports of Ukraine, however the way the damage amount is calculated has nothing to do with international rules. Shipowners complain of arbitrary behavior of ecological inspectors and raise the issue on the international level; in turn the state at all costs tries to make money on such offenders.
Andrey Lopakhin 10 December 2013
Maxim Arslanov 05 December 2013
Maxim Arslanov 22 November 2013
Andrii Muravskyi 19 November 2013
The AIS group of companies has accused its creditor - Oleksandr Yaroslavskyi’s DCH holding - of attempted corporate raid. In turn, the DCH holding has accused the AIS group of companies of failing to repay its debt. This has resulted in a new round of confrontation between the creditor and the borrower.
Maxim Arslanov 07 November 2013
Kateryna Hrebenyk 05 November 2013
World Bank experts assert that the economy of any country is 40% dependent on the level of development of its infrastructure. The “Ukrainian Transport Infrastructure Forum 2013” organized by the Adam Smith Institute brought together people who identified these 40% of the Ukrainian economy on October 15.
Ihor Hoshovskyi 23 October 2013
Zoriana Hoshovska 15 October 2013
Maxim Arslanov 14 October 2013
Revolution is coming to Kiev city transport. The city authorities intend to implement a system involving the use of a single electronic ticket for traveling on buses, trolleybuses, trams, and the subway from January 1, 2014. How will this system work and what outcome of this reform are officials expecting?
Maxim Arslanov 08 October 2013
Interview With Odessa Airport’s Head Portianko: We Are Ready For Half Of Our Revenue To Come From Non-Aviation Operations
Vitalii Portianko, the new director of the Odessa International Airport limited liability company, discusses the company’s intention to become a regional hub, cooperation with low-cost airline companies, and competition with Chisinau in an exclusive interview with the Center for Transport Strategies.
Sergey Lyalikov 27 September 2013
Kateryna Hrebenyk 16 September 2013
Maxim Arslanov 11 September 2013
Recycling Logic: How A New Law Blocked Registration Of Automobiles With State Automobile Inspectorate
The entry into force of the law on automobile recycling tax has caused problems in the automobile market. From September 1, the State Automobile Inspectorate is obliged to require owners of new automobiles to show receipts for payment of the environmental tax during registration of their automobiles. However, such a document does not exist.
Maxim Arslanov 06 September 2013