On February 16th, 2014 I had a night flight from Kiev to Sochi with "Ukraine International Airlines", which is the biggest Ukraine air carrier.
It would have been an ordinary flight if it hadn’t been for the big events that took place during those days. Protests in Kiev and Olympic Games in Sochi are extraordinary events that’s why I’ll take the liberty to include some photos in my review which illustrate the atmosphere in these two cities
1. Protests in Kyiv
I was lucky to visit Kyiv a day ...>>>
On September the 6th, 2012 it was planned to fly from Kiev to Moscow. The choice of carriers was rather wide, but I’ve chosen Ukraine International Airlines. This carrier provides the cheapest tickets (for lower price you have to change a plane in Riga). The take-off was up to the schedule at 6.55.
The airport, Kiev, Borispol
We arrived to the airport at 4.30 sharp. The Ukrainian Int. Airlines fly from terminal F.
The checking-in started in about 15 minutes at the nearest stands 1-5. Later ...>>>
The flights described below, Kiev-Lviv and Lviv-Kiev, conducted by Ukraine International Airlines, took place in the summer of 2011.
Initially in 2011, Ukraine International Airlines turned down the idea of operating routes to Lviv. Fully laden Boeing-737 jets, which make up the majority of UIA’s fleet, wouldn’t be able to take off fr om the short runways of Lviv International Airport. As a result, however, the airline risked losing a major chunk of its customer base. To solve th ...>>>
Ukraine International Airlines (shortly UIA) currently performs scheduled service fr om the capital of Ukraine Kiev and Frankfurt am Main in Germany. They are flights PS-401 (Kiev-Franfurt) and PS-402 (Frankfurt-Kiev). The round-trip flight that is the basis for this report took place in February 2009.
Online check-in is available for this flight up to 23 hours prior to departure time. Upon completing the online registration form, you can print the boarding pass fr om your computer. ...>>>