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UIA To Double Its Aircraft Fleet By 2020

Ukraine International Airlines (UIA), which is the largest airline in Ukraine, will more than double its aircraft fleet by 2020, the airline’s President Yurii Miroshnikov announced at a Ukrainian infrastructure forum in Kyiv on Friday

Taxi Service Using Electric Vehicles To Be Established In Kyiv

A taxi service using electric vehicles will be established in Kyiv. The service will initially have a fleet of 12 Nissan Leaf vehicles.

Open Skies Agreement Could Be Signed With EU In July – Omelian

A Common Aviation Area agreement between Ukraine and the European Union (the so-called Open Skies agreement) could be signed in July, Ukraine’s Minister of Infrastructure Volodymyr Omelian said during an infrastructure forum in Kyiv.

Boryspil Airport To Seek Investment In Transit Cargo Terminal

The Boryspil international airport expects to attract investment in its transit cargo terminal. The airport’s acting General Director Yevhen Dykhne announced this at a Ukrainian infrastructure forum in Kyiv.

New Silk Road’s Test Train Returns To Ukraine

The first experimental freight train that was launched on the so-called "New Silk Road" on 15 January 2016 returned to Ukraine on 17 April, the Interfax Ukraine news agency reports.

Ukraine And Romania To Resume Direct Flights

Direct flights between Kyiv and Bucharest will be resumed soon, President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko has said.

Ukraine Becomes Chair Of Lower Danube Euroregion For 2016-2017

Ukraine has become the chair of the international organization Lower Danube Euroregion for the period of 2016-2017.

Moldova To Create Maritime Agency Based On Giurgiulesti Port Captain's Office

The Moldovan Ministry of Transport has presented draft amendments that provide for reorganization of the "Moldova Water Registry" and the "Giurgiulesti Port Captain's Office" to create the Moldovan Maritime Agency.