Ukraine International Airlines, despite Russia’s unprovoked invasion of its Ukraine homeland, is still alive and functioning. The flag carrier has made this announcement concerning the use of UIA aircraft outside of Ukraine:
UIA offers its partners operation of charter and humanitarian flights outside Ukraine and “wet leasing” cooperation.
In times of martial law and the closure of Ukrainian airspace, UIA strives to maintain operations in order to ensure its contribution to the economic stability of Ukraine. UIA successfully passes periodic audits for compliance with modern IOSA (IATA Operational Safety Audit) operational safety requirements, covering all aspects of the airline’s activities.
UIA invites airlines and partners to join the economic support of Ukraine, taking advantage of the availability of UIA aircraft for charter and humanitarian flights outside Ukraine and concluding “wet leasing” agreements. Using our aircraft, you support UIA operations during the war and help pay taxes to the state budget of Ukraine.
ATTENTION PARTNERS! UIA provides an operational opportunity to carry out passenger, charter and humanitarian flights outside Ukraine in the Polish direction – to/from Lodz (LCJ) and Wraclaw (WRO) airports, using a Boeing 737-900ER aircraft with a passenger capacity of 186 – 215 seats and a carrying capacity of 18,000 kg with the volume of the cargo compartment – 103 m3.
In order to organize cooperation using UIA aircraft outside Ukraine, please contact:
- Сharter flights operation (single charter flights and charter programs) – we kindly ask you to send requests to Charter@flyuia.com, tel. +380978746332.
- Operation of humanitarian flights for the transportation of humanitarian cargo – we kindly ask you to send requests to firstname.lastname@example.org, tel. +380504146255.
- Conclusion of “wet leasing” agreements for aircraft using UIA crews – we kindly ask you to send requests to Churyumov.Yevgen@flyuia.com and Grytsenko.Sergii@flyuia.com, tel. +380937679918, +380504429093.
Cooperation is possible only with companies that do not fly to Russia and Belarus, and also do not receive funding from these countries.
Officially the carrier has suspended flights within Ukraine until at least May 31, 2022.
Top Copyright Photo: This airframe is not likely to be delivered by Boeing to UIA, a victim of Putin’s war. Ukraine International Airlines Boeing 737-8 MAX 8 N5573K (msn 43976) BFI (Brian Worthington). Image: 957310.
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