Anda Air, a Ukrainian charter airline, has received permission to launch a new flight to Poland. The airline will be able to fly from Kyiv and Lviv to the Olsztyn-Mazury airport. The State Aviation Service’s commission for airline operations made the relevant decision on 28 March.
The airline will launch charter flights to the Olsztyn-Mazury airport with the support of the Fairy tour operator. "This flight is being organized in cooperation with our long-time partner, the Fairy travel company. They are initiating this new destination," Anda Air's General Director Serhii Shamenko said.
Flights to Olsztyn will be performed from Kyiv and Lviv once a week. The application states that the program will begin in the summer. According to Shamenko, the exact date for the launch of flights to Olsztyn has not yet been determined.
The commission also approved Anda Air's application to operate charter flights to Split (Croatia) and Antalya (Turkey). The airline intends to fly to Croatia once per week and to Turkey seven times per week.
The CFTS portal earlier wrote about the visit to Ukraine by the deputy head of the Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship of Poland, where the Olsztyn-Mazury airport is located. In Kyiv, the Polish official held talks on launching charter flights from Ukraine to Olsztyn. The Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship is located in the northeast of Poland. The region is famous for its lakes.