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Europe’s largest low-cost airline now operates flights from four Ukrainian cities.
Documents on allocation of additional land at the ends of the runway have been submitted to the Kyiv municipal administration.
The airline performed more than 5,200 flights from May 2018 to May 2019.
The profitability of the route and the mechanism for compensating the carrier for possible losses will be discussed at a meeting of the Zakarpattia regional council.
Passengers will be able to obtain information about their flights from airlines.
Aeroflot has confirmed reports that 33 passengers survived.
The Antonov aircraft manufacturing enterprise plans to offer cooperation to the Indian authorities.
Talks also are being held with companies from Denmark, Tunisia and Colombia.
Istanbul’s old airport stopped operation late on April 6.
Shortly before the crash, the sensor was repaired at XTRA Aerospace Inc., an aircraft maintenance facility in Florida.
The frequency of its flights will depend on passenger traffic.
The number of jobs created in Ukraine by the airline will reach 140.
The airline previously operated on this route.
The opening of an international border crossing is scheduled for autumn 2019.
The annual rate of increase of passenger traffic was 19.4%.
Modernization will allow increase of passenger traffic, diversification of flight destinations, and laying of the foundation for creation of a logistics hub.
The company plans to find replacement for Russian components.
Last year all Ukrainian airports served more than 20.5 million passengers.
The ministry wants to buy 13 Ukrainian airplanes for the National Guard and the State Emergency Service.