The Ukrainian airline, Windrose, began operating flights on the Kyiv-Zagreb (Croatia) route for the first time on September 4.
An ATR-72-600 turboprop aircraft with the registration number UR-RWB departed from the Boryspil airport at 11:45 on September 4, the CFTS portal reports. The aircraft was scheduled to land at the airport in the Croatian capital at 12:44, local time.
According to the passengers on the flight, the aircraft was 100% full.
According to the schedule, flights from Kyiv will depart at 11:30 (the travel time is 2 hours 10 minutes) and flights from Zagreb will depart at 13:25 (the travel time is 1 hour 55 minutes.
The flights are scheduled to be operated twice a week (on Wednesdays and Sundays).
As reported earlier, Windrose was scheduled to launch its ninth domestic route (Kyiv-Kherson) on October 5.