Buses will initially be operated on the three routes three times a week, but the frequency will increase over time.
The volume of passenger traffic through the airport reduced by almost 30% during the period from January to April this year.
Preliminary agreements have been reached with Austria and Hungary.
Ukrainian airlines’ passenger volumes reduced by 44% during this period.
This is the first project to direct tourist flows to Izmail in the past decade.
Citizens of China will be able to enter Ukraine or travel on transit through the country without visas from 1 April to 30 September 2021.
The new requirement will apply regardless of the country from which a visitor is arriving and the COVID-19 situation there.
In addition to the Boryspil airport, the group's airlines will resume flights to airports in Odesa and Lviv.
The airline already has one aircraft in Ukraine.
The volume of passenger traffic through the airport fell by 66% in the first two months of this year.
It is assumed that the regional railway company will operate on a PPP basis.
There is also interest from Ukrainian companies.
The first phase of the project will be implemented in Kyiv, Kharkiv, and Dnipro.
A high-speed rail project is expected to be implemented in Ukraine in three years.
More than 11 million Ukrainian citizens were able to travel abroad in 2020 despite the quarantine.
The Kyiv-Kharkiv route was the most popular.
This is stated in data from the State Aviation Service.
According to an acting board member of Ukrzaliznytsia, the company is going against the most difficult period in the transport industry in a decade.
Tickets for Intercity+ high-speed trains and their timetables are already available for order.
According to the CEO of BlaBlaCar and Busfor Ukraine, bus carriers have been forced to fight off the increased competition that is emerging on certain routes in Ukraine.