Ukraine International Airlines (UIA) has launched a large-scale program of direct flights from Lvov to other cities. The first flights are on the Lviv-Tel Aviv route, which began on Wednesday, 20 May
The flight to Beijing is the third long-haul flight to be launched from the Boryspil airport.
The court’s ruling is subject to appeal to the District Administrative Appeal Court of Kiev within 10 days.
The rule for refunding the full cost of a ticket in case of denial of visa applies on a permanent basis, regardless of the place of registration and payment method
Canadian airlines are in no hurry to enter into such active commercial agreements with UIA
If Boryspil masters such a procedure together with UIA, it will become a little more attractive to low-cost airlines than it is now.
The flights will be operated on Boeing 737 and Embraer 190 aircraft with two classes of service - business and economic.
The airline plans to launch Kiev-Toronto flights in summer 2015.
The UIA has repeatedly stated that the current procedure for granting air carriers the right to operate on air routes was introduced in gross violation of the existing legislation
"We had little confidence in obtaining a loan from the government. Our goal was to attract the attention of the authorities to the problems of the transport sector"
Flights to the capital of China will be operated three times per week
UM Air’s Kiev-Tehran flight did not take place on November 17 because of a ban by the State Aviation Service.
There is currently no state control over the operations of the airline industry
In the United States, the network of partner flights via New York links Kiev with Washington, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Las Vegas.
Ukraine International Airlines (UIA) reported a 13.9% reduction in passenger transportation
Violations of the labor laws are being observed at almost all the airlines in Ukraine.
The smart prices apply to tickets for flights from Kiev to Amsterdam, Brussels, Berlin, Frankfurt, Munich, Dubai, London, Milan, Rome, Barcelona
The largest airline in Ukraine finds itself on the brink of bankruptcy, and it is asking the government for USD 100 million in financial support. However, is this really the only way out? We consider how to save the company at a time of crisis.
"External factors, their scope and strength are such that the inner strengths of the company and its shareholders are not sufficient to counteract them"
The UIA also stresses that any comparison and analogy to the bankruptcies of Ukrainian airlines several years ago are incorrect and completely unfounded.