15 May 2019
According to the concept, EUR 3.4 billion will be invested in the Boryspil airport and passenger traffic through the airport will increase to 54 million.
14 May 2019
The body of the new grain wagon has a larger volume.
Passengers will be able to obtain information about their flights from airlines.
13 May 2019
11 May 2019
Aeroflot has confirmed reports that 33 passengers survived.
The Antonov aircraft manufacturing enterprise plans to offer cooperation to the Indian authorities.
10 May 2019
This was one of the most anticipated decisions in the maritime sector.
8 May 2019
The money will be spent on construction of a new runway and expansion of its Terminal D.
Fewer new passenger cars will also be purchased than planned.
7 May 2019
40 tons of metal was used for repair of the motor ship.
The airport handled 139,800 passengers on international flights.
6 May 2019
The industry’s second HR conference “Ukrainian Ports: People Development” will take place in in Odesa on May 30.
2 May 2019
Russia is imposing the latest round of trade sanctions on Ukraine.
26 April 2019
Tariffs for use of Ukrzaliznytsia’s freight cars within Ukraine and abroad will rise 30 days after publication of the new tariffs.
24 April 2019
The Mykolaiv region’s Governor Savchenko believes that he should leave office together with the president that appointed him.
23 April 2019
The Kryukov Railcar Building Works produced 1,277 freight cars in January-March 2019.
The name change concerns the Ukrainian version of the pronunciation and spelling of the port’s name.
22 April 2019
Ukrzaliznytsia will launch two direct Dnipro-Przemysl railcars.
The ban affects springs for freight-car bogies, which are also produced in Ukraine.
19 April 2019
The train completed a test trip on April 7.