21 July 2021
The volume of passenger traffic through the Kharkiv airport has increased for the first time since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.
19 July 2021
The volume of transshipment of export cargo at the seaport was more than 19 million tons during this period.
16 July 2021
The company has modernized a commuter train to meet the needs of people with disabilities for the first time.
15 July 2021
The company attributed the increase of flight frequencies to growing demand against the backdrop of the intensification of flights.
13 July 2021
The new rules for entering the country were introduced because of the spread of the new Delta strain of the COVID-19 coronavirus.
12 July 2021
The company has welcomed the ratification of the Ukrainian-French intergovernmental agreement on supply of locomotives by the Ukrainian parliament.
9 July 2021
Charter flights accounted for most of the passenger traffic.
8 July 2021
This was made possible by an agreement between the Ukrainian and Slovak railways and the improvement of the pandemic situation.
7 July 2021
A person with 15 years of management experience in the aviation industry has been selected to head the airport.
6 July 2021
According to Alstom, sourcing from Ukrainian suppliers will begin with the first electric locomotive.
5 July 2021
The Boryspil airport was the 14th largest airport in Europe in terms of passenger traffic in the first four months of 2021, entering the top 15 for the first time.
These are the first containers to be delivered from China along this route.
2 July 2021
The road agency issued Eurobonds for USD 700 million.
1 July 2021
The delivery of the rolling stock is scheduled to be completed by the end of 2022.
30 June 2021
The declared number of locomotives can be increased to 200 in the future.
29 June 2021
The airline also set a record for the largest daily number of flights in its three years of operation in May.
Yurii Vaskov and Hanna Yurchenko are the new deputy ministers.
24 June 2021
The airline has already requested the right to operate on this route from Germany’s national civil aviation authority.
2 June 2021
The carrier's flights to Ukraine will begin in June.
Buses will initially be operated on the three routes three times a week, but the frequency will increase over time.