On 12 December, Ukraine’s Air Ocean Airline made the first trip on its new regular route Lviv–Kharkiv. The plane arrived at the Kharkiv International Airport to a grand welcome by the airport and airline representatives. During the press conference, Air Ocean Airlines’ plans were revealed to launch flights from Kharkiv to Igor Sikorsky Kyiv International Airport (formerly Zhuliany).
New flights in detail
A trip to Lviv on the new route takes 1 hour and 15 minutes. The flights are scheduled for Thursdays and Sundays, with one-way tickets starting at UAH 868. The price includes up to 7 kg of hand luggage, one checked baggage piece up to 23 kg, and a light in-flight meal.
Flights to Kyiv will be launched as early as 21 December and will be carried every day except Saturdays. The flight will take 1 hour and 10 minutes, with one-way tickets starting at UAH 965, checked and hand luggage included.
Tickets for the flights are already available on the airline’s website, the airport’s website and the ticket desk on 0800 303 803.
About Air Ocean Airlines
Established on 16 September 2020, Air Ocean Airlines is a young Ukrainian operator. Its aircraft fleet currently comprises two modern Ukraine-made planes—2011 and 2012 AN-148, and the company is planning to bring it to six as it expands its route network.
The carrier’s planes have a maximum speed of 850 km/h, which places them on a par with the widely used Airbus 320 and Boeing 737. They also have 75 seats with a lot of space between the rows for passengers’ maximum convenience in transit.