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Out of 80 routes operated by Ukraine’s biggest airline, only six will remain active through the end of January, an official company statement said. The company promises to keep international connections to Bangkok, New York and Beijing, and domestic flights between Kyiv, Ivano-Frankivsk and Dnipropetrovsk running through Jan. 30.

Boryspil International Airport belives that Ukraine International Airlines will take over AeroSvit’s suspended flights. “UIA is currently fully able to take a strategic decision to develop long-distance flights and this will definitely increase the transfer of passenger traffic at the airport,” airport officials said in a statement.

Meanwhile, problems with AeroSvit continue to cause delays. 

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