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Ukrzaliznytsia To Invest UAH 20 billion In Upgrade of Rolling Stock And Infrastructure In 2016

The Ukrzaliznytsia public joint-stock railway company (PJSC Ukrzaliznytsia) plans to invest about UAH 20 billion in upgrade of rail tracks, railcars, and locomotives in 2016. Minister of Infrastructure Andrii Pyvovarskyi announced this.

Ukraine To Harmonize Road Transport Sector With EU Norms

The Ministry of Infrastructure has prepared the draft law "On Harmonizing Ukrainian Legislation on Road Transport with the Regulations of the European Union." The document was prepared pursuant to the Association Agreement between Ukraine and the European Union.

Maersk Line To Reduce Land Based Staff By 4,000 Positions

Maersk Line, Danish shipping company, announced the reducing of land based staff by at least 4,000 positions by the end of 2017.

Dniproavia and Motor Sich Airlines To Fly From Ukrainian Cities To Minsk

The Dniproavia airline will open flights to Minsk from Dnipropetrovsk and Ivano-Frankivsk and the Motor Sich airline will launch flights to Minsk from Zaporizhia.

Ukraine Bans Transportation Of Goods Weighing Over 40 Tons By Road

Ukraine's Cabinet of Ministers has banned transportation of divisible goods weighing more than 40 tons by road. The relevant government resolution No. 869 dated 21 October has already been published.

Lviv Airport Introduces Discounts For Airlines

The Lviv airport introduced several kinds of discounts for airlines that want to launch new flights or provide the airport with steady passenger traffic in October.

UIA To Be Granted Rights To Controversial Overseas Route Until 2065

Ukraine International Airlines (UIA) will be granted the right to operate flights on the Kyiv-Amman (Jordan)-Kyiv route seven times per week until 20 October 2065. The State Aviation Service’s commission on the right to operate airlines made the relevant decision