Ukraine intends to apply to EU air agencies to lift restrictions on regular flights

Ukraine intends to apply to EU air agencies to lift restrictions on regular flights

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The Ukrainian State Aviation Administration intends to apply to the air agencies of the member states of the European Union to consider an issue of lifting the current restrictions imposed on regular flights on a bilateral basis.

This has been reported by the press service of the Ukrainian Infrastructure Ministry.

“On March 22, 2017, the Ukrainian Infrastructure Ministry and the Ukrainian State Aviation Administration approved a plan of the liberalization of air communication with the European Union. The Ukrainian State Aviation Administration will apply to the air agencies of the member states of the European Union to consider an issue of lifting the current restrictions imposed on regular flights on a bilateral basis,” the report states.

According to the ministry, the liberalization plan is “an actual step towards the open skies with EU countries, which is confirmed by the entry of new airline companies, an increase in air traffic and investments in Ukraine’s aviation industry.”

The plan is intended to liberalize air communication prior to signing the Open Skies Agreement between Ukraine and the member states of the European Union.


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