A cake cutting ceremony was held at Kiev Boryspil on 1 August, baked to mark the launch of Air Moldova’s new route from Chisinau. Seen cutting the cake are: Victor Sula, Vice-Director, Air Moldova; Ruslan Bolbocean, Ambassador of the Republic of Moldova in Ukraine; and Maxim Voloshin, Commercial Director, Kiev Boryspil Airport. The carrier will offer six weekly flights on the 406-kilometre sector using its mixed fleet of E190s and A319s.
- Air Moldova commenced flights from Chisinau (KIV) to Kiev Boryspil (KBP) on 1 August, with the airline planning to serve the 406-kilometre sector between the Moldovan and Ukrainian capitals six times weekly using its mixed fleet of E190s and A319s. “We at Air Moldova are always looking for the best solutions to better suit the needs of our passengers. The number of our passengers is constantly growing and we are aiming at ensuring our passengers pleasant and convenient flights. Besides the comfort of a direct connection, this flight provides passengers travelling from Ukraine new flight options via Chisinau Airport which is used as our hub for the most popular European and Russian destinations,” commented Victor Sula, Vice-Director of Air Moldova. While this is a new route for Moldovan flag carrier, the airport pair is already served by Ukraine International Airlines, with it offering a daily 737-800-operated flight between the two airports. See how Kiev Boryspil Airport’s FTWA compares to others from around the world.