Ukraine International Airlines launches 10 international routes earlier occupied by AeroSvit

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Jan. 14, 2013, 12:12 p.m. | Ukraine | Politics — by Interfax-Ukraine

UIA will fly to Warsaw, Kaliningrad, Vilnius and Prague, Stockholm, Copenhagen, Thessaloniki, Batumi, Nizhnevartovsk, Athens.


The Interfax-Ukraine News Agency – a company belonging to the Interfax Information Services international group – has been an information provider in the political and economic information market of Ukraine since 1992.

Ukraine International Airlines (UIA) has announced the start of sales of tickets for the period starting from the summer navigation schedule of 2013 for some new international routes for the airline, which until recently were operated by AeroSvit Airline (both based in Kyiv). 

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