The commission on formulation and implementation of government policy on operation of air routes has granted six Ukrainian airline companies permission to fly on 21 routes, the press service of the Ministry of Infrastructure has announced.

The following airline companies are permitted to operate charter flights to resorts in Turkey from March 30 to October 26, 2014: Kharkov Airlines (from Zaporozhe to Antalya and from Kiev to Bodrum) and the Windrose airline company (from Donetsk and Zaporozhe to Antalya and from Lvov to Dalaman).

Permits were also issued for regular flights. The UIA was permitted to operate on the Odessa-Barcelona and Kharkov-Larnaca routes. Dniproavia was granted permission to fly from Kiev to Vilnius, Riga, and Rostov-on-Don and from Dnepropetrovsk to Kutaisi.

Wizz Air Ukraine will be able perform flights on the Kiev-Naples route, Bravo will be able to fly from Kiev to Amman, Baghdad, and Damascus. Kharkov Airlines was granted permission to fly from Kiev, Donetsk, and Kharkov to Monastir, as well as from Kharkov to Barcelona and Larnaca.

Within Ukraine, Dniproavia was granted permission to operate scheduled flights from Kiev to Kharkov.

The commission also canceled a number of flight licenses granted to the Dniproavia, Wizz Air Ukraine, UTair-Ukraine, Windrose Rose, and Yanair airline companies at the request of the airline companies.