Some Ukrainian airlines appeal for right to fly to Minsk due to expected Russian sanctions

Some Ukrainian airlines appeal for right to fly to Minsk due to expected Russian sanctionsSeveral Ukrainian airlines have appealed to the State Aviation Service of Ukraine with the request to provide them with the right to fly to Minsk and Chisinau.

According to the agenda of a meeting of the State Aviation Service commission on issues regarding the authority to operate air routes, due to be held on October 29, 2015, Dniproavia (Dnipropetrovsk) requested permission to carry out flights on the Ivano-Frankivsk-Minsk, Dnipropetrovsk-Minsk, and Dnipropetrovsk-Chisinau routes.

In addition, PJSC Motor Sich appealed for the right to operate air flights on the Zaporizhia-Minsk and Kyiv-Minsk routes.

Yanair (Zhytomyr) intends to obtain permits for flights on the following routes: Kyiv-Gyumri, Kyiv-Minsk, Odesa-Tel Aviv, Odesa-Gyumri, Kyiv-Baku, Kyiv-Chisinau, Odesa-Yerevan, and Kyiv-Berlin Schoenefeld.

The company also asked for the frequency of flights on the Odesa-Chisinau route to be increased from four to seven per week.

In addition, Ukraine International Airlines intends to obtain permits for the Kharkiv-Kutaisi, Kyiv-Beirut, Kyiv-Amman, Kyiv-Aktau routes, and requested that the frequency of flights between Kyiv-Tehran are increased from three to seven flights, and Kyiv-Bangkok - from four to seven flights per week.

Source: Interfax
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