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UIA will fly more often along the route Kiev Dnepr

08.05.2018 20:52 | views: 693

UIA will increase the frequency of its own flights on the route Kiev-Dnepr from one to three times a day from the end of May to the middle of June due to the closure of the main strip at the airport in Zaporozhye for repairs, the airline's press service told avianews.com.

In the Dnieper, the UIA will additionally fly PS 075/076 and PS 073/074 instead of the temporarily canceled flights Kiev - Zaporizhzhya - Kiev PS 085/086 and PS 087/088 on an almost identical timetable.

As explained in UIA, passengers from Zaporizhzhya can re-arrange the flight for flights from the Dnieper, but the transfer between the cities of travelers will need to be organized independently. The distance between the cities is 85 km.

Zaporozhye Airport announced the closure of its main strip with artificial coating for three weeks from 08:00 on May 26 to 23:59 on June 14 for repairs. Instead, the soil strip will work.

Because of this, in Zaporozhye will not be able to fly UIA, Turkish Airlines and Pegasus Airlines, whose aircraft can not take off and land on the ground.

At the same time, the airline "Motor Sich", which has in its fleet of turboprops An-140 and An-24, capable of using ground strips, will be able to continue flights.

Airport Zaporozhye will repair the artificial runway for the second consecutive year. In 2017, the enterprise closed the strip for repairs from March 26 to May 9. From May 10 to May 17, 2017, the strip was opened with restrictions - for the reception of aircraft were available 2000 meters with a total length of the band of 2500 meters. A full lane was opened to receive and dispatch planes on May 18, 2017.

www.avianews.com

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