Tag: Ukraine

airBaltic visits Ukraine, optimistic about flight resumption plans

airBaltic announced that on 25 March its Chief Executive Officer and President Martin Gauss together with airBaltic delegation visited Kyiv, Ukraine. During the meeting, M. Gauss confirmed airBaltic's readiness to resume flights to and from flights to and from Kyiv, Lviv, and gradually Odesa, and...

SkyUp Airlines Select IBS Software to Power Restart of Commercial Operations

Ukraine's largest airline, SkyUp Airlines, and its Maltese subsidiary, SkyUp Malta, have selected IBS Software to empower its commercial operations. IBS Software, a global leader of SaaS solutions to the travel and cargo industry, is providing a digitally native passenger services system (PSS) to...

Urgent and longer-term support needed for Ukrainian airports

ACI EUROPE today expressed concerns over the daunting challenges faced by airports in Ukraine and sought to help address them by bringing together its Ukrainian airport members with all relevant stakeholders in Brussels. Having lost all commercial air traffic since February 2022 and suffered sign...

SkyUp has evacuated employees from Sudan

SkyUp Airlines, a Ukrainian airline, has successfully evacuated all 36 of its employees from Sudan with the assistance of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, other state institutions, and international partners. This was a multistage operation that was carried out under the supervision of...

SkyUp Airlines (Ukraine company) received a TCO authorisation of the UK

SkyUp Airlines now has TCO (Third Country Operator) authorisation issued by the aviation authorities of the UK. It confirms compliance with the United Kingdom's requirements in aviation security and allows flights to this country. The authorisation does not have a validity period, but it must ...

FTSE 100: Rolls Royce shares tumble as inflation and Ukraine war hit profits

By Pedro Goncalves·Finance Reporter, Yahoo Finance UK Rolls-Royce (RR.L) saw profits drop as it warned that pressures from soaring inflation amid the Ukraine war and supply chain woes are set to continue throughout next year. The FTSE 100-listed (^FTSE) engine maker said it remained on trac...

Lodz: Poland’s best-kept secret

The Lodz team at Routes Europe, including its president Anna Midera, dressed up in traditional costume to celebrate being named as the host of the 2023 event (photo: Routes). With socks in the colours of Ukraine’s flag, a draw to win a weekend trip to the city, and best of all being announced as ...

airBaltic wet leases one Ukraine International Airlines aircraft

Latvian airline airBaltic announces that it has agreed to wet lease one Ukraine International Airlines Boeing 737-900ER aircraft. Aircraft and its crew will perform flights within airBaltic network short term starting from May 1, 2022. Martin Gauss, airBaltic Chief Executive Officer: “Ukrain...

Emirates will keep flying to Russia unless its owner stops it

By Sameer Hashmi, BBC Emirates' boss says the airline will keep flying to Russia unless its owner, the Dubai government, tells it not to. "If we are told to stop we will stop, unless we are told otherwise, we will continue," Sir Tim Clarke told the BBC. Most major internat...

US moves to choke off exports to 3 Russian airlines

US moves to choke off exports to 3 Russian airlines

By ASSOCIATED PRESS The Biden administration moved Thursday to choke off U.S. exports to three Russian airlines as part of what officials described as an unprecedented enforcement action. The Commerce Department said the move would prevent the airlines - Russian national flag carrier Aeroflot...

Ukrainian refugees face a warm welcome at London Luton Airport

A humanitarian hub has been set up at London Luton Airport to provide practical support for air passengers arriving from war-torn Ukraine. Organised by Bedfordshire’s Local Resilience Forum which brings together partners such as local authorities, NHS Clinical Commissioning Groups, emergency se...

Re-routing around Ukraine is disrupting traffic flows across a wide area

The invasion of Ukraine has brought commercial flying there to a standstill, and stopped overflights of neighbouring Moldova. Elsewhere around the borders of Ukraine, Russia and Belarus, overflights are also much disrupted. Here EUROCONTROL explore the changes in overflights between mid-Februa...

Finnair supports Ukrainians with 95% discounted flights

Finnish flag carrier, Finnair, has introduced special fares on one-way flights from select cities in Eastern Europe discounted by 95 per cent, to help those Ukrainians looking to escape the conflict which has engulfed Ukraine: Finnair has put in place substantial discounts to support Ukrainians e...

AAPA supports ICAO Council stand on Ukraine

The Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) is gravely concerned about the conflict and developing humanitarian crisis in Ukraine. AAPA fully supports the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) Council’s position on the issue of violation of the territorial integrity and airspace ...

EMBRAER S.A.: Notice to the Market: Russia-Ukraine Conflict

Embraer S.A. Executive Vice-President and Investor Relations Antonio Carlos Garcia released a statement addressing the Russia and Ukraine conflict: "Embraer S.A. hereby informs the market about the impacts in its business and operations resulting from the Russia and Ukraine conflict. "The C...

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