Kharkiv Airlines is a Ukraine-based airline that resumed operations in Jun-2013. The airline was initially founded in 1998, but ceased operations in 2001 due to a lack of funding and modern aircraft. Using a fleet of Boeing family aircraft, Kharkiv Airlines was able to resume operations after being acquired by Azov-Black Sea Investment Company in May-2013. The airline operates services from Kharkiv, Donestsk and Kiev to destinations in Greece, Egypt, Tunisia, India, Vietnam, Thailand and the Dominican Republic. Kharkiv Airlines reportedly plans to resume charter operations in summer 2018, in partnership with Pegas Touristik.
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