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UIA Explains Why It Asked Cabinet Of Ministers For Help

The UIA also stresses that any comparison and analogy to the bankruptcies of Ukrainian airlines several years ago are incorrect and completely unfounded.

UIA Asks Government For Stabilization Credit Of USD 100 Million

The carrier wrote the relevant letter to the Ministry of Infrastructure. In the letter, it also describes the difficult situation in the aviation industry and proposes measures to support the industry.

Court Postpones Consideration Of Dispute Between UIA, Atlasjet, And Infrastructure Ministry To 30 September

The court did not require UIA to provide evidence that it operated the declared 16 weekly flights from Kiev to Istanbul and seven weekly flights from Odessa to Tel Aviv.

Atlasjet Accuses UIA Of Attempting To Monopolize Air Transport Market

"This is a complete monopoly and an unwillingness to let in another carrier"

UIA Returns Hot Meals On Medium-Haul Flights

A lunch of chicken, salad, dessert, and drink to choose from during a flight will cost EUR 9.

Deviation Off Course: How Ukraine Is Making Life Difficult For Russia’s Largest Airlines

Instead of sanctions, the State Aviation Service imposed only restrictions on the transit flights of two Russian carriers - Aeroflot and Transaero - through Ukraine’s airspace. What will be the impact of this step on the industry: declarative or ample room for machinations?

UIA: Thousands Of Our Passengers Will Suffer Because Of Russia’s Actions

This will lead to a 15-20% increase in operating costs and flight delays

UIA Denies Wet-Leasing 85% Of Its Fleet

The UIA has wet-leased 10% of its fleet until the end of the summer.

UIA Launches Kharkov-Batumi Flights

The price of a roundtrip economy-class ticket starts at UAH 2,783, including all fees and taxes.

Seven Airlines Permitted To Launch New Flights In Ukraine And Abroad

In total, the carriers were granted permission to operate flights to 23 domestic and 29 international destinations.

Ukraine International Airlines To Lose 25% Of Its Fleet

The aircraft fleet of the airline company Ukraine International Airlines (UIA) will reduce by approximately 25% in 2014.

State Aviation Administration Expects Passenger Traffic In Ukraine To Fall by 30% In 2014

However, increased activity on the market and adjustment of forecasts are possible if it stabilizes and the population's solvency increases

UIA To Appeal Against Court Decision In Case Involving Ownership Of Interavia

The full text of the court’s decision must be prepared within five days.

Court Overturns Decision To Transfer Control Of Swissport Ukraine To UIA

UIA will appeal

UIA To Launch Flights To Dusseldorf On June 1

The flights will be operated up to six times a week.

UIA To Launch Kiev-Chisinau Flights On June 1

However, the launch of the flights within the scheduled period is under threat

UIA To Launch Kiev-Thessaloniki Flights On June 24

The flights will be operated on Boeing 737 airplanes twice a week

UIA Launching Flights To Batumi

Flights between Kiev and Batumi will be operated daily

Ukrainian Airline Companies Granted Permission To Operate On 21 Routes

The commission also canceled a number of flight licenses granted to the Dniproavia, Wizz Air Ukraine, UTair-Ukraine, Windrose Rose, and Yanair

UIA's Net Profit Increases By 27.6% In 2013

The airline company’s net sales revenue increased by 60% to UAH 5.937 billion.

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