News 2011


Ukraine International Airlines continue to develop the web check-in service: lately, three new destinations – Vienna*, Moscow, and Samara – were added to the list of departure airports where the web check-in service for UIA flights is available. Thus, the total number of UIA departure airports offering web check-in service currently amounts to twenty two.


Vienna and Rome are now on the list of UIA destinations where web check-in is available. All you have to do to check in for your flight online go to the Web Check-in page on our website and enter your e-ticket number or booking code and your family name.


Ukraine International Airlines and S7 Airlines announce expansion of the agreement on joint route operations (code-sharing agreement) concluded by the carriers in July 2011.


Ukraine International Airlines is forced to suspend operations from/to Kharkiv subsequent to the introduction of temporary restrictions on the length of Kharkiv International airport runaway.


November 7, 2011, Ukraine International Airlines in cooperation with Alevtina Bronnikova’s Travel Agency start operating Kharkiv – Tel Aviv – Kharkiv flights.


Ticket sales for flights between Kyiv and Kharkiv are open in UIA offices, ticket agencies, and via the UIA website 


Commencing 8 September 2011, Ukraine International Airlines will operate all its domestic flights from Terminal B Kyiv Boryspil International Airport. The UIA sales office will also be transferred from Terminal A to Terminal B.