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The scheduled flight frequency between two cities is
four times per week. 

Greeting the commercial airliner were Kherson Governor Andriy Putilov,
Turkish Ambassador Yonet Can Tezel, and Turkish Airlines chief of marketing and
sales Ziya Taskent. 

Turkish Airlines has been doing business in Ukraine since 1993, and conducts daily flights between Istanbul and Kyiv, while routes to Lviv take
place three times a week. Moreover, the transportation services provider has
a codeshare agreement with Ukraine International Airlines. It used to have one
also with AeroSvit, but cancelled it in early 2013 when AeroSvit went bankrupt. 

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