The Cabinet of Ministers will return to the issue of resuming air transportation after June 15, 2020, Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal has said.
“As for the operation of airports and the launch of scheduled flights, we will return to this issue, obviously, after June 15, when airlines can fly somewhere. So far, the airports of our partner countries are closed,” the prime minister said during a government meeting.
So far, there is no point in renewing scheduled flights, he said.
“The possibility of international transportation, both bus and rail, will resume through open checkpoints that will work after the adoption of amendments to resolution No. 288. We do not yet open interregional traffic,” Shmyhal said, adding that interregional transportation could renew in early June.