According to Vladyslav Kryklyi, cooperation between Ukraine and Lithuania on transport infrastructure is developing.
The 65 containers on the train were delivered from Lithuania to Ukraine in 50 hours.
The Brovary station will be the Containerships train’s final destination in the first phase of the project.
There will be 10 compartment cars and one luxury-class car in the train.
The new flights will start from October
The route of the new train will connect the capitals of five countries
Jurate Baltrusaityte, the chief commercial officer of Lithuanian Airports, the company that manages all the airports in Lithuania, discussed Lithuania’s experience of negotiations with Ryanair in an interview with the CFTS portal.
Kherson seaport continues to hold talks with interested parties
Hungary, Slovakia, and Poland are interested in cargo traffic from Central Asia passing through Ukraine.
The flights will be operated twice a week on Boeing 737 and Embraer 190 aircraft
Increase of the number of flights on the Kyiv - Vilnius route is being proposed.
Ukraine has strategic importance to Poland in transportation goods from Asia to EU.
The flights will be operated twice a week until 12 October, after which a third flight will be added.
Ukraine and Lithuania have removed all restrictions on flights between the two countries.
Ukraine has submitted to Azerbaijan a draft agreement on creation of an international transport corridor from the Baltic Sea to the Black Sea and the Caspian Sea.
Two freight trains, which will become part of the Viking container train project, will travel from China through Azerbaijan to the Georgian port of Poti between late July and early August.
The State Aviation Service has reached agreement on increasing the number of destinations for direct flights between Ukraine and two EU countries (the Czech Republic and Lithuania).
Ukraine International Airlines (UIA) will launch regular flights between Kyiv and Palanga, which is situated on the Baltic coast, on 19 June. Kyiv-Palanga-Kyiv flights will be performed twice a week
Lithuania has asked Kazakhstan to reduce the duration of its customs procedures, as a result of which container trains traveling from China to Lithuania idle for long periods on the border.