The airline will fly to Tbilisi, Batumi, and Yerevan from the Kyiv airport and to Yerevan from Odesa.
The Boryspil international airport’s Commercial Director Heorhii Zubko discusses the measures that the airport intends to implement during the reconstruction of its second runway and the other infrastructure projects that have a chance of starting soon.
Ukrzaliznytsia and the Dniprhyprotrans design institute also signed an agreement on adjustment of the bridge’s design to allow resumption of construction work.
Stadler Rail AG is considered as one of the potential suppliers of rolling stock for the project to integrate railways with the City Express suburban transport system.
The first phase of the project will be implemented in Kyiv, Kharkiv, and Dnipro.
The project provides for upgrade of the class of the airfield, allowing at least ICAO CAT II ILS aircraft approach and landing.
An interview with the Delfast company on setting a world record and supplying Ukrainian electric bicycles to the US and Mexican police.
The SmartTicket is a single electronic ticket that is valid for travel on long-distance trains and public transport.
The city council has provided guarantees to the EBRD to allow conclusion of an agreement on financing purchase of subway cars.
According to the minister of infrastructure, the plan is to use the combined electronic ticket for trains, buses, airplanes, and all modes of public transport in the future.
The Kyiv bypass road is expected to be completed in 5-6 years if it is financed steadily.
According to the airport, all its divisions are currently deciding how to optimize their operations and which employees to lay off.
The airport received a Belavia airline flight from Minsk on June 16 evening.
The Belavia, LOT, and WizzAir airlines have announced their readiness to resume flights from the Kyiv airport.
The Kyiv and Kharkiv subways have resumed operation after two months of quarantine.
Rolling stock will be purchased for the Kyiv subway’s green line.
A short guide to help passengers avoid getting confused by the new subway fare system.
The reduction in the volume of passenger traffic was comparable with the reduction in the number of flights from the airport.
The forum will showcase all the major transport infrastructure projects in Ukraine that are intended for implementation through the PPP and concession mechanisms.
The management of the Zhulyany airport has again announced its intention to extend the airport’s runway.