A passenger jet operated by Anda Air made an emergency landing at the Boryspil Airport in Kyiv’s larger area after its engine was presumably hit by a bird in the skies over Odesa.
Ukraine’s state-run railroad operator Ukrzaliznytsia is unlikely to have enough time to arrange an increase in tariffs for passenger rail travel before April 1 but it is inevitable as prices of tickets have not been raised for a long time.
Irish low-cost airline Ryanair will start flying to Ukraine in the autumn. The flights details will be available within two months.
Ukrzaliznytsia, the state-owned railroad operator, has no less than 15 billion hryvnia (about $535.7 million) embezzled annually.
Ukraine’s Infrastructure Minister Volodymyr Omelian says he was very glad when Russia finally managed to complete the railroad section bypassing the territory of Ukraine.
The movement of Russian long-distance trains beyond Ukraine’s territory will reduce the terrorist threat.
The National Police carried out around 50 raids in six Ukraine's regions under abuse cases at Ukrzaliznytsia public joint-stock company. The investigations were launched into large-scale embezzlement and collusion aimed at receiving illegal income.
26 advanced van-mounted weight and dimensions control systems were presented in Kyiv today. The mobile systems will soon move to various regions of Ukraine to keep refurbished highways in good condition.
Yevhen Kravtsov, chairman of the supervisory board of the company, and first deputy of infrastructure minister, was appointed acting head of the company.
Ukraine International Airlines (UIA), Ukraine's major air carrier, has cut its low-cost program significantly after the Irish low-cost company Ryanair announced cancellation of planned flights from Ukraine.
Infrastructure Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Omelian on Wednesday, July 12, will file a motion to the Cabinet of Ministers for dismissal of Boryspil airport director Pavlo Riabikin.
The possible reasons behind the decision to revoke launching its business in Ukraine for Ryanair is disagreements with Boryspil airport leadership on cooperation conditions.
Ukrzaliznytsia CEO Wojciech Balczun should provide a full report of his activities at the helm of the company, then meet law enforcement agencies for explanations of corruption at UZ, and after that we might discuss new leadership and new financial plan.
Ukraine's Infrastructure Ministry plans to launch a passenger train route from Kyiv to Minsk, Vilnius, Riga and Tallinn by the end of this year.
CEO of Ukrzaliznytsia, Ukraine's major railway carrier, Wojciech Balczun must resign because everything that had been planned, has failed.
Seven people died in road traffic accidents that took place due to severe weather conditions in half a day.