Articles Tagged ‘Ukraine International Airlines’
The main gateway to the Republic of Moldova, Chisinau Airport – formerly known as Kishinev – handled 1.3 million passengers in 2013, growing by 8.2%. Following a rapid increase in 2014 passenger traffic, anna.aero investigates Chisinau’s recent activity and reveals its top 12 airlines for this January.
With double-digit growth in weekly seats and flights, Ben Gurion Airport seems likely to break into the top 100 busiest airports in the next few years if these increases continue. anna.aero takes a look at the significant growth statistics of the Israeli capital’s gateway, along with the most important players in the market.
Ukraine International Airlines commences its first route to Uzbekistan with twice-weekly operation to Tashkent.
Ukraine International Airlines begins twice-weekly services from Kiev Boryspil to New York JFK, using its 767-300s
Ukraine International Airlines commences seasonal route from Kiev Boryspil to Adler/Sochi in Russia with five weekly flights utilising 737-800s.
Ukraine International Airlines launches seasonal flights from its Kiev Boryspil hub to Salzburg in Austria and Sofia in Bulgaria.
Kyrgyzstan’s ASKs have tripled in just 10 years as the country has become increasingly attractive for airline route development. anna.aero investigates how the two Kyrgyz airports have grown over time and how frequently served the Russian destinations are.
Ukraine International Airlines starts flights from Kiev Boryspil in Ukraine to Bangkok Suvarnabhumi in Thailand.
Ukraine International Airlines launches flights from Kiev Boryspil to Tenerife Sur.
30-Second Interview with Yevgen Treskunov, EVP Strategy and Development, Ukraine International Airlines
In the first of our two 30-second airline interviews in our Ukraine special edition, we talk to the establishment, the incumbent – namely Ukraine International Airlines, about its market position following the demise of AeroSvit.
Ukraine International Airlines, Wizz Air Ukraine, UTair Ukraine help rise to challenge after AeroSvit’s collapse
When Ukraine saw its largest airline collapse, other carriers stepped up and more than replaced the lost capacity. We look to see how air traffic in the Ukraine has developed in recent years, and list the more than 50 new services which have launched from Kiev (and other cities) since the beginning of the year.
Ukraine International Airlines connects Simferopol Airport and Tel Aviv Airport; adds seasonal services from Kiev Borispol Airport to Adler/Sochi Airport.