The appointment was approved by Ukrzaliznytsia’s board.
Transportation of passengers to Belarus, Moldova, Poland, and Romania were permitted as of June 12.
Domestic flights in Ukraine were resumed at June 5.
Long-haul flights cannot resume before April 2021.
The first to be launched was a Kyiv-Kostiantynivka Intercity train.
The decision was made by the head of Ukrainian Railways.
The company aims to launch a train from Prague to the Ukrainian border in December 2020.
Special flights to Ukraine will be organized from 26 airports around the world.
According to Ukraine’s Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal, passenger transportation across Ukraine’s borders in both directions will be stopped before the end of Friday.
Passengers who want to take advantage of this service should go to the information desk at the arrivals terminal.
The volumes of passenger transportation by Ukrainian airlines also increased slightly.
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 airport handled more than 140,000 passengers in February.
The company intends to increase the number of international bus services from Ukraine, but an important goal is to launch a domestic bus service.
The carrier was unable to obtain permission to begin transport operations on the route in March.
The reduction in the volume of passenger traffic was comparable with the reduction in the number of flights from the airport.
UIA recorded an increase in passenger volumes on domestic, long-haul, and charter flights and a slight reduction on medium-haul international flights in 2019.
Travel to the European Union by train became even more popular among Ukrainians in 2019.
The volume of passenger transportation by Ukrainian airlines increased by 9.5% in 2019.
Passenger traffic through Kyiv’s main airport increased by almost 22% in the first 11 months of the year.