Ukraine International Airlines (UIA), Ukraine’s largest air carrier, has announced the revision of its domestic and international flight program for August and cancelled a number of flights until the end of this month.
The flight plan is based on the assumption of passengers’ free movement across the borders of the European Union and the Schengen zone for tourist purposes, the company’s press service has said.
In particular, until the end of August the company will not carry out flights to Larnaca, Frankfurt, Baku, Prague, Vienna, Chisinau, Berlin, Athens, Rome and Barcelona.
Available in August will be domestic flights to Odesa, Kherson and Lviv.
UIA plans to operate international flights on the following routes: Kyiv-Amsterdam, Kyiv-London, Kyiv-Paris, Kyiv-Toronto, Kyiv-Nice, Kyiv-Dubai, Kyiv-Istanbul, Odesa-Istanbul, Kyiv-Tel Aviv, Odesa-Tel Aviv, Kyiv-Milan, Kyiv- Naples, Kyiv-Munich, Kyiv-Yerevan, Kyiv-Madrid and Kyiv-Cairo. (UNIAN/Business World Magazine)