Tag: AeroSvit

Opinion: Law On Collective Labor Disputes Can Prevent Strikes By Transport Workers

The law stipulates that strikes may be banned if they pose a threat to human life and health or the environment.

Trade Union: AeroSvit Still Owes Former Employees UAH 110 Million

Trade unions have managed to recover more than UAH 40 million out of the debt by appealing to various institutions.

AeroSvit’s Ex-Manager Heads Lvov Airport

Veselov worked as a representative of the AeroSvit airline company in the region from 1997 to 2000 and from 2004 to 2013.

Ups And Downs: The Top 5 Events in the Ukrainian Aviation Industry in 2013

The bankruptcy of AeroSvit, the initialing of the Open Skies agreement with the EU, the change of leadership at the Boryspil airport, and the beginning of An-158 aircraft deliveries. This is an incomplete list of the key events in the Ukrainian aviation industry in 2013. What impact did they have on the industry?

AeroSvit’s Former Director Sentenced

He was fined UAH 10,000 and banned from holding positions involving management of financial flows for one year.

The general director of the state-owned Boryspil international airport, Anton Volov, discusses passenger traffic, the obstacles to attracting budget airlines, development of the airport’s Terminal D, and construction of parking lots in an exclusive blitz interview with CFTS.

Nature Abhors a Vacuum: Who Will Fill the Niche of Long-Haul Flights after AeroSvit’s Bankruptcy

The niche of long-haul flights remains empty following the collapse of AeroSvit, the largest airline company in Ukraine. However, other companies are beginning to enter this segment with the opening of charter flights to Asia.

Court Upholds Termination Of AeroSvit Bankruptcy Proceedings

The Higher Economic Court of Ukraine has upheld the February decision of the Kyiv Economic Court of Appeal that terminated the bankruptcy proceedings against the AeroSvit airline company.

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