Three Russian routes planned by revived Dniproavia

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Ukrainian airline Dniproavia has launched services from Moscow to Dnepropetrovsk, and plans to operate from the Russian capital to two other Ukrainian destinations.

As of 22 April, the carrier is using Embraer ERJ-145 regional jets for daily flights on the Domodedovo-Dnepropetrovsk route. It will use the same aircraft type at the same frequency on routes to Lviv, from 1 June, and Sebastopol, from 14 June.

PrivatBank-owned Dniproavia had temporarily ceased operations in January, but in February it resumed with a domestic services, starting with flights between Kiev and Ivano-Frankivsk. It has since added operations linking the Ukrainian capital with Donetsk, Sebastopol and Odessa.