According to Kharkiv International Airport’s press service, passenger traffic amounted to 94,700 people in August, which is more than 10 percent higher than in the same period of 2017.
Since then Wizz Air low-cost company has returned to Kharkiv with regular flights to Dortmund (Germany) and Katowice (Poland). The nonstop connection between Kharkiv and Milan has been operated by Ukrainian International Airlines since April. In May, a new private Ukrainian low-cost air carrier SkyUp launched charter flights to Antalya (Turkey). Myway Airlines scheduled new flights to Tbilisi and Batumi (Georgia) in June.
At the end of October, Wizz Air will provide Kharkivites with an opportunity to fly to Wroclaw and Gdansk (Poland) and will start flights to London (UK) and Vienna (Austria) in November.
The airport’s press-service informs that the most popular destinations in August were Kyiv, Istanbul (Turkey), Warsaw and Katowice (Poland), Tel-Aviv (Israel), Dortmund (Germany), Minsk (Belarus), Milan (Italy), Tbilisi and Batumi (Georgia).
Text: Natalia Ivanova
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