Ukraine International Airlines (UIA) has introduced economy-class ticket prices that do not include baggage allowance on most regular routes from Kyiv to Europe.
Ukraine International Airlines (UIA), which is the largest airline in Ukraine, will more than double its aircraft fleet by 2020, the airline’s President Yurii Miroshnikov announced at a Ukrainian infrastructure forum in Kyiv on Friday
Ukraine International Airlines (UIA) will start operating direct regular flights between Ivano-Frankivsk and Alicante (Spain) on 26 June.
Ukraine International Airlines (UIA) will start operating seasonal flights from Kyiv to Palma de Mallorca on June 3.
Ukraine International Airlines (UIA) will start operating direct flights between Vinnytsia and Tel Aviv once a week on 8 June.
Ukraine International Airlines (UIA) will launch direct flights from Kyiv to Ankara (Turkey) in the winter season, which will begin on 30 October 2016.
Ukraine International Airlines (UIA) is considering launching flights between regional airports in Ukraine and Poland. The carrier considers the Polish airports of Poznan and Gdansk.
Two new flights will soon be launched from the Ivano-Frankivsk airport: the Windrose airline will launch flights to Brescia (Italy) while Ukraine International Airlines will launch flights to Valencia (Spain).
As reported, UIA announced at the end of 2015 that it planned to take delivery of 5-6 Boeing aircraft in 2016.
The Dniproavia airline has applied for permission to operate regular flights on the routes Kyiv-Tehran (Iran) and Dnipropetrovsk-Tehran while Ukraine International Airlines (UIA) has applied for permission to operate regular flights on the route Kyiv-Shiraz (Iran).
The State Aviation Service has considered a number of applications for permits to operate flights on several routes
According to data in the UIA ticket booking system, a passenger can take only hand luggage weighing up to 7 kilograms aboard a plane.
Management accounting based on international standards predicts that the company will make a profit at the end of the year.
According to him, the UIA already flies to all destinations simultaneously with major European airlines.
The management of the Boryspil international airport deliberately entered into a disadvantageous contract for ground handling of aircraft with a Ukrainian airline. The airline involved was not named.
The president of Ukraine International Airlines (UIA), Yurii Miroshnikov, has disclosed details of a regional hub at the Ivano-Frankivsk airport, the creation of which the airline’s supervisory board chairman Aron Mayberg recently announced.
According to First Deputy Minister of Infrastructure Volodymyr Shulmeister, the final of the competition will take place on 23 November.
Ukraine International Airlines (UIA) will be granted the right to operate flights on the Kyiv-Amman (Jordan)-Kyiv route seven times per week until 20 October 2065. The State Aviation Service’s commission on the right to operate airlines made the relevant decision
Ukraine International Airlines (UIA) plans to turn Ivano-Frankivsk airport into its regional hub. Its gradual development will begin in 2017.
Ukraine International Airlines increased flight frequency between Kyiv and Minsk on October 25. The number of flights was doubled from 7 to 14.