Air Moldova will resume flights on the route Chisinau-Kyiv from August 1 of this year, according to a press release from Boryspil International Airport. Kyiv-Chisinau flights will be carried out six times a week (except for Saturday) with departure from Kyiv at 17:10, and starting from September 22 daily. The route will be serviced by Airbus A319 aircraft with 134 seats and Embraer E190 with 111 seats. Business and economy class seats, board meals and free registration will be available for passengers.
In general, the airline serves 28 routes in Europe and the Middle East.
As reported, in July this year Moldova put Air Moldova on sale. Earlier, Air Moldova started flights from Chisinau to Kyiv and Odesa on October 26, 2015. Air Moldova is the national carrier of Moldova, based at Chisinau International Airport. It has a fleet of Embraer 190 and Airbus 320 aircraft.