March 9, 2021

UIA to Resume Flights between Ukraine and Moldova

Ukraine International Airlines (UIA) continues to resume flights that were suspended due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. In particular, starting from March 28, 2021, UIA will start a flight program on the route Kyiv-Chisinau-Kyiv:

Kyiv (KBP) – Chisinau (KIV) – on Mondays, Thursdays and Sundays;
Chisinau (KIV) – Kyiv (KBP) – on Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays.

A convenient flight schedule allows connecting with a dozen international and domestic flights through Kyiv, Boryspil airport. In particular, passengers from Chisinau will be able to easily have flights to and from the opposite direction: Kharkiv (HRK), Prague (PRG), Tel Aviv (TLV), Dnipro (DNK), Geneva (GVA), Istanbul (IST), Zaporizhia (OZH), Milan (MXP), Tbilisi (TBS), Lviv (LWO), Minsk (MSQ), Yerevan (EVN), London (LON), Dubai (DXB), Baku (GYD), Paris (CDG), Munich (MUC), Cairo (CAI), Amsterdam (AMS), Vilnius (VNO).

Also, passengers from Chisinau will be able to use charter flights from Kyiv on the following routes:

Turkey (Antalya, Bodrum, Dalaman, Izmir, Istanbul) – Coral Travel, Pegas Touristik, TUI, GTH, Compass;
Egypt (Hurghada, Sharm el-Sheikh, Marsa Alam) – Coral Travel, Feerie;
Montenegro (Tivat) – Alf, Orbita, TPG, Compass, Coral Travel, TUI;
Croatia (Pula, Split) – Feerie, TPG, Compass, Alf, GTH;
Albania (Tirana) – TUI, Alf, Orbita, TPG;
Bulgaria (Burgas) – Alf;
Tunisia (Enfida) – Coral Travel, Pegas Touristik;
Dominican Republic (La Romana) – Compass, TPG, Feerie;
Maldives (Male) – Compass.

Ukraine International Airlines applies safety standards and procedures in accordance with the recommendations of the World Health Organization, the International Air Transport Organization, the European Aviation Safety Agency, the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control, as well as the Ministry of Health of Ukraine and the State Aviation Service Of Ukraine.

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