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Ukrainian Airlines

Domestic air travel, being the fastest and easiest way of transportation, covers quite a few destinations in Ukraine. There is a permanent air connection from/to Kiev with Dniepropetrovsk, Donetsk, Kharkiv, Lugansk, Lviv, Mariupol, Odessa, Simferopol and Uzhgorod. Transportation between other cities can be made by trains only.

Most domestic flights are made from the Zhulyany (IEV) domestic airport in Kiev.
For Ukrainian domestic flights schedule, please, see Kiev flight schedule. These are the only domestic flights made in Ukraine.

Internal air tickets are bookable 30 days prior to the departure date. Before this term tickets are not available. Most domestic air carriers sell their flights in Ukraine only.
These tickets can be booked with Unipress. For making a booking, please, fill the air tickets booking request.

The best time to travel via air in Ukraine is the end of spring, summer and beginning of fall. The reason is that only small weather sensitive aircrafts, such as Yak-40 and An-24, serve domestic destinations. In the wintertime the flights are cancelled or delayed quite often. Therefore we would recommend to travel by trains from mid of October till mid of April to make your trips up to schedule.


 
 
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Now we are back from Odessa an the Crimea. The travel was very successful. We have seen so much (Odessa, Simferopol, Sevastopol, Jalta, Sudak, Koktebel).
Thank for making the connection with the Eugene (Sneshkin). He guided us well, aslo his cousin with the same name.

In this "Thanks" is more than words, because for me it was really a dream to see Odessa and the Crimea. I read a lot of Novels and as a person from the former GDR I saw same things I know from the past. And the developing in the "new" world is enough interesting for me.

With warm greetings, especially to the trees on the Boulevards in Odessa!

Esther and Joachim, Germany

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