AeroSvit launches Kyiv-Bucharest flight

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May 1, 2010, 1:28 p.m. | Business — by Interfax-Ukraine

AeroSvit (Kyiv) launched a regular flight on the Kyiv-Bucharest route

AeroSvit (Kyiv) on April 30 launched a regular flight on the Kyiv-Bucharest route, the air carrier's press service reported. The flights will be performed four times a week on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursday, and Fridays.

The minimum price of a return ticket, including taxes and fees, is $223.

CJSC AeroSvit was established in 1994. Its fleet consists of nine medium-range Boeing 737s and three long haul Boeing 767s. The company jointly with other air carriers operates Airbus 320, Embraer 145, Embraer 195 and An-148 aircraft on a number of routes.
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Anonymous May 1, 2010, 6:02 p.m.    

Very good idea. Remember Ukraine you have very important EU States all around you next door. Its important that you establish air connections to be very valuable EU States like Romania, Hungary, Czech Republic, Poland. Trade and business commerce increases.

Even very weak former Soviet Republics like Ukraine can benefit from much much stronger non Soviet Republic EU States like Romania, Poland, Czech Republic and Hungary.

More trade allows better relations and more investment.

Im not surprised that Ukraine has under $5 billion worth of investments in 18 years. No one let alone the EU trusts Ukraine. As Ukraine moves towards Russia, EU investors are certainly going to reject Ukraine as an investment target. The EU has already said enough is enough

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Anonymous May 2, 2010, 10:27 p.m.    

The flight to Bucharest can be used to help claim back the Snake Island ressources stolen by the dirty Romanians.

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