In July, air carriers launched new international and domestic flights to various destinations.
On July 1, flights to Antalya, Turkey, were resumed by SkyUp Airlines and Azur Air Ukraine. Travelers also have an opportunity to get to Turkish capital Istanbul via Pegasus Airlines.
According to the airport’s press-service, Ukrainian passengers who arrive in Turkey aren’t required neither to be tested for coronavirus, nor to start a self-observation. Upon returning home, they also don’t need a 14-day lockdown as of June 25.
Hungarian low-cost airline Wizz Air resumed direct flights to Poland on July 2. The air carrier started operating flights to Wroclaw on Thursdays and Sundays, to Krakow and Katowice – on Mondays and Fridays, to Gdansk – on Tuesdays and Saturdays.
On July 2, Wizz Air launched international flights to new destinations: Berlin, Germany, on Mondays and Fridays, and Tallinn, Estonia, on Tuesdays and Saturdays. From July 23, travelers will also be able to get to Estonian capital on Thursdays.
On July 6, Ryanair, an Irish low-cost airline, launched nonstop flights to Milan, Italy on Mondays and Thursdays.
Kharkiv airport states that currently travel restrictions have been imposed in EU countries for certain categories of citizens. Travelers should read the rules of entry into the country on its official website or to check with the embassies and consulates located on the host territory. They should also check if they have all the required documents and check airport and airline requirements.
SkyUp Airlines launched domestic flights to Kyiv on weekdays, to Odesa – on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays and to Lviv – on Tuesdays, Fridays and Sundays.
Text: Natalia Ivanova
Photo: Kharkiv Airport