Kharkiv airport: no changes in the airport’s routine

Kharkiv airport: no changes in the airport’s routine

On September 20th a message about the risk of terminating international flights to and from Kharkiv appeared in the mass media. The National Aviation Service of Ukraine received a draft ballot suggesting that the flights to and from the Eastern territories of Ukraine, where Kharkiv, Dnipro and Zaporizhia international airports are located, should be deemed unsafe. The document was drawn by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA). The National Aviation Service of Ukraine is currently…

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Explosion injures two pilgrims at Rosh Hashanah celebrations in Ukraine

Explosion injures two pilgrims at Rosh Hashanah celebrations in Ukraine

A celebration of Rosh Hashanah in Uman has been marred by an explosion that authorities say lightly injured two Israeli pilgrims, a 13-year-old boy and an Israeli man. Ukraine’s National Police said that an unidentified explosive device went off early in the morning on September 21 in a garage near the site where pilgrims are celebrating the Jewish New Year.   More than 30,000 pilgrims from 14 countries came this year for the ceremonies, which end…

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International Black Sea Transport Forum 2017 to take place in Odessa

International Black Sea Transport Forum 2017 to take place in Odessa

A significant annual event in transport industry of Ukraine – International Black Sea Transport Forum 2017 – promises to set a new milestone in the development of the transport industry of Ukraine. This is evidenced by the representative list of exhibitors and delegates of the conference over 8 months before the event. From the 27th to the 29th of September 2017, in Odessa, Odessa marine terminal will host the International Black Sea Transport Forum in…

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“INNOVATIONS. INVESTMENTS. KHARKIV INITIATIVES!” to take place on September, 22

“INNOVATIONS. INVESTMENTS. KHARKIV INITIATIVES!” to take place on September, 22

On September 22, 2017, International economic forum “INNOVATIONS. INVESTMENTS. KHARKIV INITIATIVES!” will take place, during which the top-management of the country will discuss the plan of actions for the renovation of the Ukrainian economy.  Key topics of plenary sessions and panel discussions of the Forum will be modernization priorities for Ukraine, machine-building and the development of exports. The Speakers of the Forum are the top officials at the system of public administration and local government,…

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World’s most entertaining destinations

World’s most entertaining destinations

MrGamez has released a new ranking of the most fun destinations in the world and the Netherlands proves to not only be top for culture but entertainment too, while Prague tops the list of cities. With thousands of cheap flight and hotel deals going live every day, the world has never been more open for exploring. But with so much choice, how do you decide where to go? MrGamez has researched the top destinations in…

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First hostel opens in Chernobyl

First hostel opens in Chernobyl

In Ukraine 30 years after the nuclear accident, the infamous Chernobyl nuclear plant has become a tourist attraction. Despite the radiation being higher than normal, thousands of tourists take the trip every year. The first hostel in Pripyat was opened this summer. Located in the former hotel “Polesie”, the facility can accommodate 100 tourists. Despite the fact that the object is referred to the category of hostels, it has single and double rooms. Each room features…

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DBI Hotels&Resorts to open 12 hotels in Ukraine

DBI Hotels&Resorts to open 12 hotels in Ukraine

DBI Hotels&Resorts and a group of companies “DeVision” plan to open 12 hotels in Ukraine. It is reported that 60% of these hotels will operate under the brand of operator Whyndam Hotel Group – “Super 8”, it is also planned to use the company’s own brand, “Moi by DBI”. New hotels will be opened in the Dnipro, Kharkiv, Zhytomyr, Kryvyi Rih and Kropyvnytskyi. Some hotels are planned to be built from scratch, and the investment…

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Hasidic pilgrimage to Uman, Ukraine

Hasidic pilgrimage to Uman, Ukraine

On the eve of the Jewish New Year Rosh Hashanah, celebrated on September 21-22, Hasidim starts their traditional pilgrimage to Ukraine, to the burial site of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov, located on the former site of the Jewish cemetery in a rebuilt synagogue. From September 16 to September 24, 2017, International Airport “Kiev” serves 134 flights and about 15 500 thousand pilgrims who come from different countries to celebrate Rosh Hashanah. The great majority have come from…

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