We are resuming flights in new conditions and introducing enhanced safety and sanitary measures to ensure that you feel totally confident and secure throughout your journey!

The UIA standards and procedures aimed at minimizing the risks of the spread of COVID-19 when providing services at the airport and on board are in line with the recommendations of the World Health Organization (WHO), the International Air Transport Association (IATA), the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC), the Boeing Company, the Ministry of Health of Ukraine (MoH) and the State Aviation Administration of Ukraine (SAAU). UIA is constantly working to improve safety measures and service to make your air travel as safe and comfortable as possible.

As per guidance approved by the IATA, prior to operating its flights UIA carries out an individual assessment of risks taking into account the following data: confirmed cases of COVID-19 at the destination (location of the arrival airport); recommendations of authorized state bodies of Ukraine and the country of destination; number of passengers on a given flight; the duration of the flight. If the risk level is high, UIA will not fly.

Compliance with mandatory personal protection requirements at the airport and on board, as well as enhanced security measures implemented by UIA and operating airports will ensure maximum protection, safety and health of passengers and staff.


Please see below a set of mandatory requirements to comply with:


The airports where UIA operates flights take sanitary and epidemiological safety measures to guarantee the maximum level of protection for passengers and employees:


The onboard environment is the most sterile and safe, given the high air quality and the configuration of the aircraft cabin. Due to the precautions taken by the airline and passengers, all flights are as secure as possible: