Articles Tagged ‘Ukraine International Airlines’
Lviv Airport traffic up 30% this summer; welcomes new international routes from Belavia, SprintAir and Ukraine International Airlines
Located close to the Polish border, the airport serving Ukraine’s seventh biggest city is having a great summer. We look at the development of Lviv Airport’s traffic since 2000, its seasonality and which routes have been added and dropped in the last 12 months.
The newly-opened Spanish airport of Castellon, which nestles between Barcelona and Valencia airports, has already scooped its first award – the anna.aero Arch of Triumph. Find out which global airport follows this trailblazer this week.
Ukraine International Airlines launches its third route to the Lithuanian capital from Lviv – already links Vilnius with Kiev Boryspil and Odessa.
Capacity to Belarus grows 32% in 12 months; three new airlines join the nation’s carrier line-up; Belavia commands the show with 64% of seats
Arkia Israeli Airlines is one of three new airlines to serve Belarus during the past 12 months, one of the factors helping grow seat capacity to the nation by 32%. We take a closer look to see how traffic has evolved during the past decade, and to discover how the nation’s remaining carriers are growing.
Night-time pictures of fire truck water arches are hard to get right, with or without apron staff walking into the frame at the wrong time. Find out how this effort from the Ukraine performs against the rest of this week’s entrants.
Ukraine International Airlines adds a daily service to the regional Ukrainian city from Kiev Boryspil.
Ukraine International Airlines begins three routes from Ivano-Frankivsk to Alicante, Gdansk and Valencia while Vinnytsia gains a link to Warsaw Chopin
Ukraine International Airlines begins a twice-weekly link between the two airports – will face no direct competition.
Ukraine International Airlines begins a twice-weekly connection between the two airports – will be flown by the carrier’s E190s.
Odessa leads Ukrainian traffic recovery; new terminal set to open in 2016 when passenger levels will once again pass one million mark
Having seen traffic quadruple between 2003 and 2013, Odessa International Airport suffered a 20% drop in 2014. But this year the airport is leading the country’s recovery in air passenger demand and welcomed back Austrian Airlines.
Not only did Hong Kong Airport win the last Arch of Triumph weekly battle, but its score of 36.7 saw it swoop into joint second place overall with Portland in the 2015 competition. Meanwhile, 27 (yes that’s 27) airports from across the world are aiming to topple Hong Kong from that spot this week.
Ukraine International Airlines adds seven new routes from Lviv, Odessa and Kiev Boryspil – including its first service to Amman.