The Windrose airline will operate regular flights on the Kyiv-Dnipro route during the winter, in addition to the UIA and Dniproavia airlines, which are already operating flights on the route, avianews.com reports.
The Windrose airline made the relevant decision because it needed to optimize its passenger traffic.
In particular, the more capacious 180-seat A320 aircraft from the Windrose airline’s fleet will be used for some of the flights that the airline operates jointly with Dniproavia. The airline has already obtained the license necessary to operate flights between Kyiv and Dnipro, the press service of the airline said.
Windrose has not operated domestic flights in Ukraine since 2010.
As the CFTS portal previously reported, the Windrose airline has been licensed to operate flights from Vinnytsia to Egypt. It will operate charter flights twice a week. The license is valid from 30 October 2016 to 25 March 2017.
In addition, the airline has obtained a license to operate regular flights on the Ivano-Frankivsk – Salerno (Italy) route.