The airline originally planned to resume these flights in November.
Ukrainian airports handled almost 7 million passengers during the period from January to September 2020.
The An-26 aircraft’s final flight was fully recreated after its flight recorders were decoded.
The airline noted that it plans its flights based on objective market and epidemiological factors.
The flights will be operated twice a week.
The signing of the agreement will also help to strengthen Ukrainian-Slovakian relations in the field of civil aviation and broaden opportunities for international flights.
The airline will add new flights and offer convenient connecting flights to its passengers after Ukraine’s entry restrictions on foreigners are lifted on October 1.
In total, Ukrainian airports handled almost 6 million passengers from January to August 2020.
An agreement stating that the necessary preparatory work will begin on 16 September was signed on 15 September.
The exact location of the airport is not yet known.
The company has confirmed that it will significantly reduce its flight capacity from mid-September to early October.
It will be necessary to implement domestic procedures before conclusion of the relevant agreements with the Singaporean and Icelandic authorities.
The EASA’s decision does not apply to the airspace above the Crimean territory in the Black Sea.
This relevant decision was made during a conference call chaired by President Zelenskyi.
The first flight from the Ukrainian capital after resumption of flights was operated on 19 August.
Lviv-Rome-Lviv flights are operated on Wednesdays and Sundays and Lviv-Milan-Lviv flights on Mondays and Fridays.
The two parties will cooperate on development of the Zaporizhia-based PJSC Motor Sich company.
UkSATSE provided air-traffic control services to 12,195 flights in July.
The Iranian authorities have expressed their willingness to pay compensation for the downing of the passenger airliner, but they believe that resolution of the issue will take time.
The aircraft were built back in the spring of 2019.