Istanbul’s old airport stopped operation late on April 6.
Negotiations on purchase of Bayraktar TB2 UAVs manufactured by Baykar Makina (Turkey) for the Ukrainian army lasted about two years.
The airline will add three additional flights to the schedule on September 25
The flight was operated on a Boeing 737 airliner
The transport aircraft will fully comply with NATO standards
The An-77 aircraft is a rebrand of the An-70 aircraft
The frequency of the flights will double on May 26
Wireless Internet on its flights will be accessible in 2018
Such an alliance may emerge within 5-10 years.
The plant itself uses Italian equipment
The low-cost airline will focus on operating domestic flights.
Ukrainian citizens have already been issued more than 550,000 ID cards.
The Kaunas Seaways ferry can accommodate 49 universal railcars and 50 TIR trucks simultaneously
The name of the airline company is unknown.
The additional flights will be operated from 26 March.
Why Pegasus Airlines have not gone from Ukraine in a difficult for the country period, on the load factor of Ukrainian flights and to which airports the airline would like to fly – Serkan Atli, Pegasus Airlines Assistant Sales Manager, talking in an interview to the CFTS portal.
The flights will be operated daily from 30 May.
Pegasus began flights to Ukraine in 2010.
Flights will be operated four times a week
The Turkish company has applied to participate in a tender for repair of Zhytomyr bypass roads.