“The European Union has extended the limitations on free crossing of the Schengen area for another two weeks for third countries, including Ukraine, UIA is reducing the flight program for the mentioned period,” the UIA press service informs.
In particular, flights to Larnaca (LCA), Berlin (TXL), Tbilisi (TBS), Prague (PRG), Vienna (VIE), and Chisinau (KIV) will be completely canceled for the period until August 15.
The number of departures on following routes will decrease to one frequency per week: Kyiv - Nice (NCE) - Kyiv - return flight on Saturdays; Kyiv - Rome (FCO) - Kyiv - return flight on Saturdays; Kyiv - Milan (MXP) - Kyiv - return flight on Sundays; Kyiv - Naples (NAP) - Kyiv - return flight on Saturdays; Kyiv - Munich (MUC) - Kyiv - round trip flight on Mondays; Kyiv - Madrid (MAD) - Kyiv - return flight on Fridays; Kyiv - Barcelona (BCN) - Kyiv - round trip on Saturdays.
Domestic flights will be operated to Odesa (ODS), Kherson (KHE), Lviv (LWO).
Passengers can get to Kherson every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, and return to Kyiv on Monday, Thursday and Saturday.
It will be possible to get from Kyiv to Odesa on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays.
Kyiv - Lviv - Kyiv flights will be performed in August, starting from August, 21st: Kyiv - Lviv flights on Fridays and Lviv - Kyiv flights on Sundays.
As noted, all other routes remain unchanged.
As reported, the European Union reopened borders to tourists from 15 “safe” non-EU countries. Ukraine is not on the list.
As of July 25, the total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Ukraine reached 63,929, including 1,106 new cases reported over the past day.
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