Which is the leading airline in the Ukraine?
Ukraine International Airlines (UIA) is Ukraine’s leading airline established in 1992. UIA operates scheduled and charter flights providing and ensuring safe and reliable passenger and cargo transportation, high service standards, convenient flight schedules and competitive prices.
When did Ukraine Air Alliance start to fly?
Ukraine Air Alliance Antonov 12 in blue colours at Leipzig Halle Airport. The airline was established on 28 February 1992 and started operations in 1993. It registered with the Ukrainian authorities as a joint stock company and was one of the first private air enterprises in Ukraine to obtain international status through registration at ICAO.
What kind of plane was involved in the Ukraine plane crash?
The aircraft involved, UR-PSR, was a three-year-old Boeing 737-800. There were 176 passengers and crew on board with no survivors. The crash was the first fatal aviation incident for Ukraine International Airlines since beginning operations in 1992; however, it cannot be attributed to the airline in any way.
Who is the head of air traffic regulator in Ukraine?
Evgeny Dykhne will take on the leadership role at UIA from 18 September 2019. The head of the state air traffic regulator of Ukraine stated at 8.11
When did Ukraine International Airlines start to fly?
A former Ukraine International Airlines Boeing 737-200 in 1998. The airline was established on October 1, 1992 and started operations on November 25, 1992 with a Kiev-London flight. It was one of the first “joint ventures with foreign capital” in Ukraine and the first airline in the former Soviet Union to use new Boeing 737-400 aircraft.
Do you have to pay for boarding pass in Ukraine?
PLEASE NOTE: At some airports, a fee established by UIA may be charged for issuing a boarding pass (passes) if a passenger has not checked in online and/or has not provided their boarding pass (passes). Exception: At the airport of the city of Dnipro (Ukraine) the security controls are located before the passenger check-in area.