On March, 16 and 17 the «Kyivan Rus Park» invites to a new program «Warriors of Light». Horse-trick performances and spectacular performances, Slavic amusements and round dances, interesting games and funs will be waiting for the guests. And also: riding purebred horses, tasty dishes prepared on open fire and hot drinks, master-classes, zip-lines, museums, and expositions. And all of these in a real living medieval town!
Ancient Kyiv opens at 10:00. The program starts at 13:30.
The ticket price: a full adult ticket – 170 UAH, for pensioners and students – 150 UAH, for schoolchildren – 60 UAH, for preschool children – for free.
Ancient Kyiv in the «Kyivan Rus Park» is located in Kyiv region, Obukhiv district, the vill. Kopachiv.
Route taxis leave from Kyiv from the «Vydybitchi» metro station.
Details on the website www.parkkyivrus.com
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Kyiv is the leader in the number of opened IT vacancies in Ukraine where 46.21% of all vacancies are offered, followed by Lviv with 15.42% and Kharkiv with 12.74%, the founder and CEO of CleverStaff product IT company Volodymyr Kurylo has told Interfax-Ukraine, referring to the company’s database.
According to him, the share of Odesa accounted for 6.34% of opened vacancies, and Dnipro’s – 5.82%.
“The most popular jobs in all these cities are the front end developer, QA, devops, project manager and product manager,” Kurylo said.
The head of CleverStaff added: if we talk about the level of a specialist – junior, middle, and senior, then the offers also differ depending on the city, but the leading position is occupied by senior.
Commenting on the pace of demand for IT specialists, Kurylo said that job offers for .Net, PHP, iOS developers over the past two years have halved, for Android – increased three times.
“Based on the changes in the number of vacancies in the CleverStaff database, we can predict that within two years in Ukraine there will be a demand for 7,600 front end developers, 7,200 testers, and 4,600 Java developers,” the specialist said.
CleverStaff, founded in 2014 in Odesa, is a product IT company developing an all-in-one software for applicant tracking and recruitment automation.
City Capital Group (CCG, Kyiv) of Israeli businessman Ofer Kerzner, managing the Platforma art factory in Kyiv, plans to invest more than $50 million in opening new offices in the capital in four years. “The office real estate market is coming to life. All experts predict an increase in the demand in this segment. IT companies are declaring a shortage of quality space. We respond quickly to the increasing interest and are working to become the largest ecosystem of innovative office spaces in Ukraine … During the next four years, the company will use at least $50 million for investment,” Maria Kazantseva, a member of the board of directors of City Capital Group, said in an interview with Interfax-Ukraine.
According to her, all new CCG projects will be a revitalization of old industrial facilities. All the new office formats of the company (the Voronin factory, the Innovation Park platform and the project in Skovorody Street in Podil) will be included in the umbrella brand Platforma.
City Capital Group was created by Israeli businessman Ofer Kerzner in 2007 to implement projects in the field of development, construction and property management in Ukraine.
The Irish low-cost air carrier Ryanair from October 2019 will open flights from Kyiv to Madrid.
According to the airline’s press release, flights on the Kyiv-Madrid route will be operated four times a week as part of the Ryanair Kyiv Winter 2019 extended schedule, which will be launched shortly.
“The full schedule of Ryanair Kyiv Winter 2019 will be made public soon,” the airline said.
Flights will be carried out from Boryspil International Airport.
As reported, Ryanair announced that in 2019 it plans to open five new flights from Ukraine to Athens (Greece), Dublin (Ireland), Manchester (the United Kingdom), Sofia (Bulgaria), and Paphos (Cyprus) twice a week.
Kyiv Sikorsky Airport in January 2019 handled 224,600 passengers, which was 44.2% more than in January 2018.
The number of passengers on international flights was 219,800 people and that on domestic flights was 4,800 people, the airport’s press service said. The number of flights handled by the airport in January 2019 was 2,282, both arrivals and departures, which was 21.6% more than the same period in 2018. In particular, there were 1,965 international flights and 317 domestic flights.
The most popular international destinations in January 2019 were Sharm el Sheikh (Egypt), Warsaw (Poland), Minsk (Belarus), Vienna (Austria), Ankara (Turkey), Frankfurt am Main (Germany), Berlin (Germany). Odesa, Lviv, and Zaporizhia were popular domestic destinations.
Kyiv Sikorsky International Airport (Zhuliany) is located in the business center of the capital, seven km from the city center. It is the second largest airport in Ukraine in terms of the number of flights and passenger traffic.
The airport has three terminals with a total area is 21,000 square meters. Terminal B is a separate facility for business-class service, it is part of the Fixed Base Operator (FBO) system. The airport’s runway is able to handle B-737 and A-320 aircraft.
In 2018, the airport serviced 2.812 million passengers, which was 52% more than in 2017. The number of flights was 30,248, which was 30.1% more than 2017.
JSC Kyiv River Port plans to build a class A logistic complex with a cargo area and a terminal for a cement base, the port has reported on its website. In addition, the port plans to focus on the development of rail and container traffic; as well as actively develop trade relations and transportation with Belarus.
The logistics complex with a cargo area will occupy an area of 10,000 square meters, of which 2,000 square meters will be reserved for office space.
The railway infrastructure is planned to be used, first of all, for work with sand, crushed stone, metal and cement.
In addition, the company said that, since 2014, the company has provided over UAH 40 million for the development of infrastructure.
“A customs complex with an international checkpoint was built, office buildings, workshops and warehouses were reconstructed and repaired, the territory was cleared of garbage and modern security equipment was installed. The railway line was fully restored and weight complexes were installed,” the company said.
The ships also installed new navigation equipment and modern security equipment, an icebreaking tug and a floating crane were purchased.
“Today, the Kyiv River Port is successfully developing in eight directions, starting with cargo handling services and ending with passenger transportation,” the company said.