SkyUp Airlines Launches Kharkiv-Sharjah Flights

SkyUp Airlines Launches Kharkiv-Sharjah Flights

On March 2, SkyUp Airlines launches direct flights Kharkiv-Sharjah. Flights will be operated every Saturday by Boeing 737-700. Departures from Kharkiv — at 10:30 AM, departures from Sharjah airport — at 6:40 PM. The cost of the one-way ticket without baggage fees starts from 3999 UAH. Flights on May 11th have a special price of 1999 UAH. Tickets can be purchased on the airline’s website. Sharjah is the third largest city in the UAE with…

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Boryspil at the Top European Rating

Boryspil at the Top European Rating

According to the results of 2018, Boryspil International Airport has climbed to the top of Airport Council International (ACI Europe) rating. Boryspil came in first place, providing a growth dynamic in passenger traffic at the rate of 19.4% among airports servicing from 10 to 25 million passengers. According to the annual rating, Boryspil is ahead of Vnukovo International Airport – 18.4% and Liszt Ferenc International Airport (Budapest) – 13.5%. In the report, ACI Europe also…

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Kharkiv International Airport : Passenger Traffic January 2019

Kharkiv International Airport : Passenger Traffic January 2019

The passenger traffic of Kharkiv International Airport in January 2019 amounted to 71.8 thousand passengers, which is 20% more than in the same period of 2018. Then, the airport services used 59.6 thousand people. In January 2019, 16.3 thousand people used domestic flights and 55.5 thousand international. The top destinations are Istanbul (Turkish Airlines, Pegasus), Kyiv (UIA), Sharm El–Sheikh (SkyUp, Windrose, Azur Air Ukraine, UIA, Bravo Airways), Warsaw (LOT) and Vienna (Wizz Air). Thanks to…

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YanAir to Resume Kharkiv-Batumi Flights

YanAir to Resume Kharkiv-Batumi Flights

Airline YanAir resumes seasonal flights Kharkiv-Batumi on June 5, 2019. Flights to the Georgian resort town will be operated twice a week: on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Departure time — 3:45 PM, duration on the flight — 2 hours 35 minutes. Prices for one way ticket start at $120, including hand luggage and luggage. YanAir company registered in 2012 in Zhytomyr. In 2013, it began its regular flights from Ukraine to Georgia and Israel, as well…

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Kharkiv International Airport: Passenger Traffic

Kharkiv International Airport: Passenger Traffic

The passenger traffic of Kharkiv International Airport in January 2019 amounted to 71.8 thousand passengers, which is 20% more than in the same period of 2018. Then, the airport services used 59.6 thousand people. In January 2019, 16.3 thousand people used domestic flights and 55.5 thousand international. The top destinations are Istanbul (Turkish Airlines, Pegasus), Kyiv (UIA), Sharm El–Sheikh (SkyUp, Windrose, Azur Air Ukraine, UIA, Bravo Airways), Warsaw (LOT) and Vienna (Wizz Air). Monthly passenger…

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Ernest Airlines to Launch Kyiv-Genoa Flights

Ernest Airlines to Launch Kyiv-Genoa Flights

Ernest Airlines will launch a flight from the Igor Sikorsky Kyiv International Airport (Zhuliany) to Genoa, Italy, in March. Ernest Airlines will expand its fleet, the airline received its first Airbus A320ceo aircraft under a lease agreement. Ernest Airlines is an Italian low-cost airline, headquartered in Milan. The low-cost carrier serves the Italian-Albanian and Ukranian market. The Ernest Airlines flyes from Ukraine to Naples, Venice, Milan, Rome, and Bologna.

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Greece Permits Wizz Air, Ryanair to Fly to Ukraine

Greece Permits Wizz Air, Ryanair to Fly to Ukraine

The Hellenic Civil Aviation Authority has approved applications for low-cost airlines Wizz Air and Ryanair to perform flights to Ukraine.  Wizz Air was permitted to start flights on the Athens-Kyiv and Thessaloniki-Kyiv routes with a frequency of up to two times a week from March 31, 2019. Ryanair was permitted to start flights on the Athens-Kyiv route with a frequency of up to twice a week from April 2, 2019. Ryanair already announced the opening…

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Four Capitals Train Can Be Extended to Tallinn

Four Capitals Train Can Be Extended to Tallinn

The route of four capitals train can be extended to the capital of Estonia – the city of Tallinn. Practical decisions on this were made after the next round of negotiations of representatives of the railways of Ukraine, Lithuania and Estonia, which were held in Kyiv in recent days. Currently, Ukrzaliznytsya, the Estonian Railway and the railways through which the route of this international train passes, entered the final stage of negotiations. “We have all…

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