Windrose will launch regular flights between the largest cities of Ukraine, Kyiv, Kharkiv, Dnipro, Lviv, Odesa and Mykolaiv from April. According to the press service of the company, flights will be operated daily.
In addition, from November 2020 Windrose also plans to launch flights to Ivano-Frankivsk.
According to the data in the reservation system on the airline’s website, the cost of a ticket from Kyiv to Dnipro will be from UAH 719, from Kyiv to Kharkiv from UAH 719, from Zaporizhia to Kyiv from UAH 607.
“I dreamed of building a comfortable domestic transportation program … However, I could not do it. But the dream remained and still waited in the wings to become a reality. Windrose has been carrying out tourist transportation to different parts of the world for more than 16 years. Later it became clear that it’s time to apply our experience to domestic flights. This year we are launching a new domestic program that will connect large cities of our country by convenient and fast air traffic,” Windrose CEO Volodymyr Kamenchuk said.
Flights will be operated on board ATR72-600 aircraft.
New Georgia’s Myway Airlines will launch regular flights to Kharkiv from Tbilisi and Batumi in June 2018, the airline has reported.
The airline will fly on the Tbilisi-Kharkiv-Tbilisi route from June 12 twice a week (on Tuesdays and Saturdays) using Boeing 737-800 planes.
The regular Batumi-Kharkiv-Batumi flights will be also serviced by Boeing 737-800 twice a week – on Wednesdays and Saturdays – from June 13, 2018.
“We should say that Kharkiv would not be the only destination in Ukraine. By the end of this year the airline seeks to launch flights to Kyiv,” the airline said.
Myway Airlines’s fleet consists of two Boeing 737-800 planes. The airline will receive the third plan early July and the fourth in December.
Myway Airlines was founded in 2018. This is a project of China’s Hualing Group.