Ukraine International Airlines commenced flights to Krakow on 26 December, the airline’s second destination in Poland after Warsaw Chopin. Initially launched six times weekly, the route will operate daily from 8 January on ERJ 145s. The airport pair was last served in November 2011 by Aerosvit Airlines which ceased operations in 2013.
- Ukraine International Airlines commenced flights to its second destination in Poland after Warsaw Chopin on 26 December, a 789-kilometre link between Kiev Boryspil (KBP) and Krakow (KRK). Initially launched as a six times weekly service, the route will increase to a daily rotation from 8 January. The carrier will operate the route using ERJ 145s which are operated by Dniproavia. There is no direct competition on the airport pair, with the route having last been flown in November 2011 by Aerosvit Airlines, a carrier which ceased operations in early 2013.