German specialists may be invited to manage Ukrzaliznytsia's passenger transport operations in 2022.
The flights will be operated three times per week.
The relevant agreement was signed with DB Engineering & Consulting.
The airline has already requested the right to operate on this route from Germany’s national civil aviation authority.
In addition to the Boryspil airport, the group's airlines will resume flights to airports in Odesa and Lviv.
According to preliminary estimates, the new plant will create 900 jobs in the region.
Lufthansa Airlines and Austrian Airlines canceled some of their flights to Kyiv on Sunday and announced that all flights to the country would be canceled on Monday.
The German company will also provide support in the area of technical maintenance.
A strategic partnership agreement will be signed with Deutsche Bahn in Kyiv on February 5.
Ukraine will consult with German experts on development of passenger and freight transportation.
German experts will work on reform of Ukrzaliznytsia’s management mechanisms.
Honcharuk promises good news.
Ukrzaliznytsia intends to establish a company for managing train stations.
Stefan Kreuzpaintner and Rene Koinzack, top managers of Lufthansa Group, in an interview with CFTS talking about airlines success on global and Ukrainian markets, competition with low-cost carriers and plans for Ukraine.
The Berlin-Kyiv route is Ryanair's first one to Ukraine.
The trams from Germany are currently located in the customs transit zone at a depot.
The estimated cost of the tram is about EUR 25,000
Operation of used German diesel trains in Ukraine is unsafe.
The frequency on the Kyiv-Budapest route has been increased from 9 to 14 flights per week.
Two destinations are in Poland, the third one is in Germany.