Following the policies introduced by the Governments of some countries to prevent further spread of COVID-19, airlines adjust flight schedules.
Ukrainian low-cost SkyUp Airlines makes temporary changes to the flight programs.
Until April 16, 2020, the frequency of flights between Zaporizhzhia – Tel Aviv – Zaporizhzhia will be temporarily reduced. In particular, 5 flights are canceled (on 15, 22, 29 of March, on 5, 12 of April).
Ukraine International Airlines temporarily closes domestic flights between Kyiv and Zaporizhzhia, as well as between Kherson, Ivano-Frankivsk, and Chernivtsi & cut the second frequency of flights between Kyiv and Lviv, Kyiv and Kharkiv. The airline has now announced that flights will be canceled until April 8.
Ukraine International has adjusted its flight schedule of flights connecting the cities of Ukraine and Tel Aviv. Notably, within the period of March 12 – April 08, the airline will cancel flights between Odesa and Tel Aviv (except March 18 and 25) and Dnipro and Tel Aviv. Kharkiv – Tel Aviv flights will not be operated between March 15 and April 08. UIA will continue to operate Kyiv – Tel Aviv flights twice daily. Passengers from Dnipro – Tel Aviv flights will be offered an alternative option of traveling via Kyiv.
The airline decided to suspend Kyiv – Venice flights between March 12 and April 12. Until May 22, Ukraine International suspends its Kyiv – Izmir flights. Flights between Odesa and Istanbul will be suspended until April 01.
LOT Polish Airline has decided to temporarily suspend flights from Zaporizhzhia to Warsaw due to the coronavirus situation in the world. Airplane departures will not operate from March 25 until April 24.