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Ukrainian Aviation Landscape Changes as Aerosvit Declares Bankruptcy

Ukraine’s eighteen year old flag carrier Aerosvit entered into bankruptcy on the 3rd of January, continuing the list of European large airline bankruptcies, and becoming the first airline to declare bankruptcy in 2013.  AeroSvit operates as a Closed Joint Stock Company and is owned by the Privat Group – which also owns Dniproavia and Donbassaero. The owner of the Privat Group is […]

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Flydubai Enters Ukraine Market with 3 Routes

Flydubai is launching new flights to Ukraine, and in a grand way. The Dubai based LCC is starting three routes into Ukraine. Photo by SJByles The airline will be starting service to.. Kiev, KBP – from 16th September 2011 Kharkiv, HRK – from 16th September 2011 Donetsk, DOK – from 17th September 2011 All routes will […]

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Air Astana Outlines Expansion Plans

 In an interview with ATWOnline, Peter Foster, CEO of Air Astana, has outlined the Kazakh carrier’s ambitious expansion plans.  The airline plans to add the cities of Shanghai, Singapore, Hong Kong and Colombo to its network, with a stated goal of expanding its fleet to fifty aircraft by 2020. It also wants to be flying […]

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Delta to suspend Kiev flights

 Delta Air Lines, effective 17th June will be suspending its flights to Kiev indefinitely. The airline presently serves Kiev from New York, JFK. The move is likely a part of the airline’s cost cutting initiative. The airline will continue to offer code-share service to Kiev via Paris and Amsterdam.  The competition to this route comes […]

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Aerosvit to launch Colombo flights

     Aerosvit Ukrainian Airlines will be launching flights to Colombo, effective 22 Oct 2011, becoming the second carrier to operate the route in less than an year.  Aerosvit’s flights will operate twice weekly, nonstop between Kiev and Colombo with Boeing 767-300ER aircraft. The airline had only recently announce plans to acquire more 767s.  Ukraine International […]

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