Category Archives: AeroSvit Ukrainian Airlines

AeroSvit struggles to maintain operations

AeroSvit Ukrainian Airlines (Kiev), which filed for bankruptcy protection and reorganization on December 29, is struggling to maintain its downsized operations on schedule. One flight from Bangkok to Kiev was delayed due to problems with the prompt payments for airport services in Bangkok due to the time difference and being on a cash basis. The airline has apologized an stated the transfer of funds had been delayed according to this report by the Kyiv Post.

The airline has called on its service providers to fulfill their contractual agreements.

As previously reported, AeroSvit is turning over most of its European routes to Ukraine International Airlines (UIA).

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Copyright Photo: Stephen Tornblom. According to the report, the New York flights could also be impacted. Boeing 767-33A UR-VVV (msn 25536) on the ramp at New York (JFK) is assigned to the long-range routes which the airline is trying to maintain.

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AeroSvit Airlines files for bankruptcy protection, operations continued

AeroSvit ERJ 190-100 UR-DSA (11)(Flt)(AeroSvit)(LR)

AeroSvit Airlines (AeroSvit Ukrainian Airlines) (Kiev) today (January 4) issued the following statement:

AeroSvit Airlines has filed a petition with the Kyiv (Kiev) Regional Commercial Court to initiate bankruptcy proceedings for the purpose of commencing reorganization procedure, restoring solvency and ensuring fulfillment of commitments to its creditors in full.

On December 29, 2012, Kyiv Regional Commercial Court decreed to commence bankruptcy proceedings regarding Private Joint-Stock Company “AeroSvit Airlines”.

However, as of today the airline is not bankrupt, as AeroSvit Airlines does not stop its operations and will continue to fulfill its current commitments to its contractors.

The airline’s management remains unchanged and keeps functioning, with all procedures assuring normal operational activities, including flight safety assurance, being carried out in full extent.

Planned company’s reorganization forms part of the change program initiated by the airline in order to restore its operating efficiency and increase revenue inflows.

Copyright Photo: AeroSvit. The airline added its first two Embraer ERJ 190-100s (UR-DSA and UR-DSB) on June 15, 2012. It is unclear if this type will remain with the reorganized airline. Click on the slide show below for the other types operated.

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Boeing delivers the first 737-800 to AeroSvit Ukrainian Airlines

AeroSvit Ukrainian Airlines (Kiev) on March 27 accepted its first Boeing 737-800. 737-84R UR-AAN (msn 38119) has now joined the colorful fleet.

Image: Boeing.

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AeroSvit to launch the Odessa-Berlin route on March 25 with new Embraer ERJ 190s

AeroSvit Ukrainian Airlines (Kiev) is planning to launch the Odessa-Berlin (Tegel) route on March 25, 2012 according to Airline Route. The new route will be operated four times a week with the new Embraer ERJ 190. The company has 10 ERJ 190s on order.

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AeroSvit Ukrainian Airlines introduces a new type in its new livery

Donbassaero Airlines (Donetsk) is now operating this Airbus A320 for partner AeroVit Ukrainian Airlines (Kiev) in the new colors.

Copyright Photo: Antony J. Best. Please click on the photo for the full story.

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AeroSvit Ukrainian Airlines to fly Antonov An-148 internationally next month

AeroSvit Ukrainian Airlines (Kiev) will start operating its new Antonov An-148 to Russia starting next month. The new type has been operating on domestic routes.

News link:

www.nrcu.gov.ua/index.php?id=148&listid=104507

Copyright Photo: Gerd Beilfuss.

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AeroSvit to suspend five cities this winter

Copyright Photo: Ken Petersen.  Please click on photo for full view, information and other photos.

Copyright Photo: Ken Petersen. Please click on photo for full view, information and other photos.

AeroSvit Ukrainian Airlines (Kiev) is “optimizing” its winter schedule by dropping service for the winter season to five cities (Almaty, Cairo, Delhi, Hamburg and Toronto) and code sharing with both air Baltic and Aeroflot Russian Airlines.

Press release:

www.aerosvit.ua/eng/about/news/8092.html