11 February 2019
The commissioning of the ferry service between Ukraine and Romania has already been postponed several times.
Modernization will allow increase of passenger traffic, diversification of flight destinations, and laying of the foundation for creation of a logistics hub.
8 February 2019
Martyniuk was relieved of the post of acting Minister of Agriculture on February 6, 2019, at his own request.
It is necessary to determine the supplier of electric locomotives and the sources of finance.
7 February 2019
The company plans to find replacement for Russian components.
Ukraine has prepared nine projects that could be funded by the European Commission.
6 February 2019
The Romanian state rail carrier believes that failure to sign a bilateral agreement with Ukrzaliznytsia is not an obstacle to cross-border cooperation.
5 February 2019
The final five General Electric locomotives intended for Ukrzaliznytsia have arrived at the Chornomorsk seaport.
4 February 2019
The passenger cars will cost Ukrzaliznytsia UAH 1.5 billion.
1 February 2019
These are the cumulative losses of the ports of Mariupol and Berdiansk, as well as the region.
31 January 2019
Ukrzaliznytsia’s Board Chairman Yevhen Kravtsov believes that the container train market has enormous potential.
There are currently plans to transport cargo to Syria from the port, which is located in the annexed Crimea.
30 January 2019
The ministry wants to buy 13 Ukrainian airplanes for the National Guard and the State Emergency Service.
The low-cost airline will launch more flights from Ukraine to German cities.
The bus station will be built next to the Boryspil Airport railway station, creating a common waiting area for bus and train passengers.
29 January 2019
The Czech transport company is aiming to take advantage of Ukrainians’ increased interest in travel to the EU.
The new Eurovneshtorg grain terminal at the Olvia seaport has been entered into the Register of Seaports.
Changes to the Kyiv-Boryspil express train’s timetable are being discussed.
28 January 2019
Kyiv was the fifth most popular destination for passengers from Warsaw’s Chopin airport in 2018 after London, Paris and Frankfurt.