Infrastructure Minister Vladyslav Krykliy said that in the first two weeks of summer Ukraine’s airports will receive about 40 international flights with Ukrainians evacuated from abroad. This was reported by the press service of the Ministry of Infrastructure.
“We continue to return our citizens home from abroad. A number of new special flights from around the world are planned for the near future. Ukrainians can use them before regular passenger air traffic be restored,” Krykliy said.
Ministry of Infrastructure planned flights to Munich, Frankfurt, Barcelona, Tel Aviv, London, Berlin, Warsaw, New York, Amsterdam, Helsinki, Alicante, Naples, Istanbul, Sofia, Hamburg, Dubai, Rome, Yerevan, Vienna, Delhi, Paris, Miami, Amman, Sharm el-Sheikh, Stockholm, Vilnius, Oman, Riyadh, Madrid, Dusseldorf, Hurghada, Tashkent, and Toronto.
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