Ukraine International Airlines (UIA) will expand the geography of its flights in the next five years. The airline will launch flights to new destinations in Ukraine, Europe, Asia, Africa, and North America. The head of the airline’s supervisory board, Aron Mayberg, announced this at a press conference at the Boryspil airport, the CFTS correspondent reports.

According to Mayberg, the airline will launch flights from its Kyiv hub to new destinations in the following sequence:

2018: Vinnytsia, Copenhagen, Cairo, Delhi, Toronto, and Sanya.

2019: Mykolaiv, Hamburg, Lisbon, Naples, Oslo, Gomel, Ashgabat, Tashkent, Izmir, and Shanghai.

2020: Uzhhorod, Dublin, Manchester, Bologna, Gdansk, Bishkek, Kuwait, Miami, and Guangzhou.

2021: Zagreb, Varna, Tallinn, Erbil, and Seoul.

2022: Belgrade, Bratislava, Beirut, Shiraz, Addis Ababa, and Chicago.

It was earlier announced that the airline would launch flights to a new European destination, Milan, from Kharkiv.

In addition, the airline will launch a new flight from Lviv to Barcelona (Spain) on April 27.