The Ukrzaliznytsia public railway company has decided to operate a double-decker train manufactured by Skoda on the route between Kharkiv, Poltava, Kyiv, and Vinnytsia from 4 November. The train will perform trips every day, except on Tuesdays, Ukrzaliznytsia said.

The train No. 719 will depart from Kharkiv at 05:52 and arrive in Vinnytsia at 13:55. In the opposite direction, the train No. 720 will depart from Vinnytsia at 15:27 and arrive in Kharkiv at 23:50.

In addition to regional centers, the train will make stops in Liubotin, Myrhorod, Romodan, Lubny, Hrebenki, Yahotyn, Boryspil, Fastiv, Popilne, and Koziatyn.

According to Ukrzaliznytsia, the train’s timetable is prepared in a way that will allow residents of these towns to travel to the capital as comfortably as possible. The train can accommodate 636 passengers.

The train will operate according to this timetable until 10 December 2016, after which it will operate according to a new timetable that will be introduced on 11 December 2016.