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Ukraine International launches non-stop scheduled flights between Kiev and Vinnytsia


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Ukraine International launched new non-stop scheduled flights between Kiev and Vinnytsia. Therefore, UIA domestic network includes non-stop scheduled flights from the capital of Ukraine, Kiev, to nine regional destinations, i.e. Chernivtsi, Dnipro, Ivano-Frankivsk, Kharkiv, Kherson, Lviv, Odesa, Vinnytsia, and Zaporizhzhia.

The new daily flights between Kiev and Vinnytsia are operated on Embraer-145 aircraft with two-class cabin configuration – Business Class and Economy Class. Travel time is 55 minutes. UIA offers one-way economy class tickets (all taxes and surcharges included) for flights between Kiev and Vinnytsia at the price from 225 UAH.

“Connecting the ninth domestic destination to our network, we keep implementing the long-term domestic air traffic development program and, therefore, providing passengers from the cities of Ukraine with a wider range of travel opportunities,” noted Evgeniya Satska, UIA Communications Director. “From now on, our clients from Vinnytsia, Khmelnytsky, and Zhytomyr regions may take full advantage of UIA vast route network and reach capitals and key cities of over 40 countries via Kiev Boryspil International Airport. Meantime, international guests may discover yet another beautiful Ukrainian city.”

With passenger traffic growth, UIA will consider the possibility of operating flights on larger aircraft and introducing the second daily frequency between Kiev and Vinnytsia.

Ukraine International (UIA) was founded in 1992. UIA is a 100% privately owned carrier. The airline connects Ukraine with over 50 capitals and key cities of Europe, Asia, America, Africa, the Middle East, and CIS countries and provides connections with its international partners’ flights to over 3,000 other destinations worldwide. UIA operates 41 aircraft including 28 medium haul Boeing 737 NG aircraft with the average age of 9.4 years. Currently, UIA fleet’s average age amounts to 11.5 years. UIA operates over 1100 scheduled flights per week. The base airport for UIA is Kiev Boryspil (KBP). 


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