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. The State Aviation Service’s commission on the right to operate airlines made the relevant decision at a meeting on 29 October and recommended that the head of the State Aviation Service approve the decision.
Both airlines will be able to fly to their destinations up to seven times per week. In addition, Dniproavia will be able to operate Dnipropetrovsk-Chisinau flights seven times per week. Dniproavia’s permissions to operate on the abovementioned routes will be valid until 31 October 2025 while Motor Sich’s permission will be valid indefinitely.
In addition, the commission authorized the Windrose airline to operate flights on the Kyiv-Tashkent (Uzbekistan)-Kyiv route two times per week for an indefinite period. It also authorized this airline to operate flights on the Kyiv-Tivat (Montenegro)-Kyiv route once per week until 26 March 2016.
The commission authorized the Yanair airline to operate up to five flights per week between Kyiv and Gyumri (Armenia) and seven flights per week between Odesa and Gyumri from 1 December 2015 to 24 October 2019.
In addition, the commission decided to cancel the license of AtlasGlobal Ukraine (Atlasjet Ukraine) airline to operate flights on the Kyiv-Larnaca (Cyprus)-Kyiv route.
All commission’s decisions are subject to approval by the State Aviation Service.