Adria Airways, a Slovenian airline, will start operating flights on the Ljubljana-Kyiv-Ljubljana route on October 29. Bombardier CRJ900LR aircraft will be used on the route, the aircraft will spend the night at the Boryspil airport, the CFTS portal reports.
According to the EX-YU Aviation News publication, the flights will be performed three times per week. The flights will depart from Ljubljana on Thursdays, Fridays, and Sundays and from Boryspil on Mondays, Fridays, and Saturdays.
The Ljubljana-Kyiv flight (JP934) will depart at 22:35 and land in Kyiv at 01:40. The return flight (JP935) will depart at 05:00 and arrive in Ljubljana at 06:20.
Bombardier CRJ900LR aircraft with a capacity of 86 passengers will be used for flights between Ljubljana and Kyiv. The airline has a fleet of seven such aircraft, one of which was recently taken on a wet lease from Swiss International Airlines.
As reported, flights between Ukraine and Slovenia were suspended in 2012. The Ukrainian airline, Dniproavia, planned to launch flights from Kyiv to Ljubljana in March this year, but the flights were ultimately not launched.