The commission of the State Aviation Service of Ukraine on the issues relating to the rights to operate air routes on February 29 will consider applications from airlines for obtaining permits for new routes.
According to the agenda of a commission meeting, posted on the website of the service, Dniproavia (Dnipropetrovsk) has applied to operate scheduled flights on the Kyiv-Tehran and Dnipropetrovsk-Tehran (Iran) routes, Ukraine International Airlines applied for flights on the Kyiv-Shiraz (Iran) route.
In addition, the commission will consider the issue of restrictions on Dniproavia's right to fly on the Dnipropetrovsk-Istanbul route and that of UIA for the route Kyiv-Athens route.
Azur Air (formerly UTair-Ukraine, Kyiv) filed 21 applications for a number of routes for charter flights, while Windrose for regular flights on the Odesa-Larnaca route and charter flights on 38 routes.
Europe Air cargo airline (Kyiv) applied for air traffic in 188 countries, including Ukraine, and Air Taurus requests to amend the right to operate air lines with respect to the location of the carrier for air traffic in other states.