Kharkiv Airlines

Ceased Operations on 31-Mar-2015
IATA: n/a


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 suspended operations in Mar-2015, after it's fleet was reduced to a Boeing 737-800. The airline seeks to resume operations when the conflict in eastern Ukraine ends.

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