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Ukraine International Airlines gets permit to fly to Almaty until October 26

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July 17, 2012, 1:42 p.m. | Business — by Interfax-Ukraine

The Ministry of Transport and Communications of Kazakhstan in June issued a temporary permit to UIA to perform flights on the Kyiv-Almaty-Kyiv route from June 6 to July 10.
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Ukraine International Airlines (UIA, Kyiv) has received permission from the aviation authorities of Kazakhstan to fly daily from Kyiv to Almaty until October 26, the company's press service has told Interfax-Ukraine.

Permission was received on July 13. The document's validity was extended until the end of the spring and summer navigation period in 2012.

As reported, the Ministry of Transport and Communications of Kazakhstan in June issued a temporary permit to UIA to perform flights on the Kyiv-Almaty-Kyiv route from June 6 to July 10.

UIA was founded in 1992. 100% of its shares are privately owned.

Its fleet consists of 20 Boeing 737s of various types.

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