Ukraine International Airlines (UIA) will change its flight timetable on the Vinnytsia-Warsaw route in 2017. Performance of flights will be suspended on 12 January until 30 April. Subsequently, flights will be operated only during the summer season, until the end of September, the airline said.

According to the airline, the reason for the cancellation of flights in the winter season is lack of demand. "Flights have been partially canceled from 12 January 2017 after an analysis of the demand. Flights will be resumed on 30 April and operated at the frequency of two per week until 28 September 2017," the airline’s spokesperson Yevhenia Satska said.

From 30 April 2017, the Warsaw-Vinnytsia-Warsaw flight will be operated on Thursdays and Sundays. Departure from Warsaw will be at 19:30 and arrival in Vinnytsia will be at 20:50. The return flight will depart at 22:00 and arrive in Warsaw at 23:30.

As reported, the Warsaw-Vinnytsia-Warsaw flight was launched in June this year. UIA also operates flights to Vinnytsia from Tel Aviv. In both cases, it uses aircraft that first flew abroad from Kyiv and then fly to the Vinnytsia airport and back.