The volume of passenger traffic through the Kharkiv airport has increased for the first time since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.
It is assumed that the regional railway company will operate on a PPP basis.
The trolleybuses were delivered in October-November this year.
The An-26 aircraft’s final flight was fully recreated after its flight recorders were decoded.
Each five-car train will have a length of 96.18 meters and a maximum speed of 80 km/h. The trains are designed for tracks of the 1520-mm gauge.
The Kyiv and Kharkiv subways have resumed operation after two months of quarantine.
The volume of passenger traffic through the airport increased by 37% in the first 10 months of this year.
The airport presented the one-millionth passenger with certificates for free services in its VIP terminal and UAH 50,000.
The airport handled 114,000 passengers.
The Kharkiv airport’s general director Volodymyr Vasylchenko discusses promising destinations from the Kharkiv airport, negotiations with airlines, and the expected passenger traffic in 2019 in an interview with the CFTS portal.
The airline has announced suspension of flights to a Ukrainian destination during the winter.
New flights to London and Vienna contributed to the increase in passenger traffic.
Odesa and Kharkiv may be at the forefront of the launch of domestic flights.
A train to other cities will soon be launched
The first flight from Kharkiv will be performed on October 30
Flights between Kharkiv and Barcelona will be performed on Saturdays
Investment in the new plant amounted to more than EUR 2.5 million.
The cost of a one-way ticket starts at UAH 4,282 (USD 164).
The flights will be operated only until September 24.
Ticket prices will start from EUR 10 for one-way flights.