Ryanair aircraft Ryanair Ukraine 

Ryanair will start flights to Ukraine in the month of October

The low cost airline reported the start of flights to the cities of Kyiv and Lviv. Today, Ryanair announced its plans to link Ukraine with the rest of Europe through 15 air routes to the cities of Kyiv and Lviv. The low cost company will start its new services in the month of October, for the winter season in Europe. In this way, Ukraine joins the network of 36 countries where Ryanair operates. It is estimated that the airline carries around 800,000 passengers in the first year. Routes from Kyiv-Boryspil…

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Emirates received authorization to fly to Mexico via Barcelona

The airline based in the United Arab Emirates plans to start a route between Dubai and Mexico with a stopover in Barcelona before the end of the year. Emirates reported that the Minister of Development and the Secretary of State for Infrastructure, Transport and Housing of Mexico authorized the airline to operate flights between Mexico City and Dubai with a stopover in Barcelona. In turn, the General Directorate of Civil Aviation of Spain granted the fifth freedom to the company, which will allow it to transport passengers and cargo between…

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Norwegian Dreamliner Airlines Norwegian 

Norwegian received authorization to fly to Canada

The low cost airline seeks to link the North American country with Europe. On March 5, the Canadian Transportation Agency (CTA) reported its decision to approve the operations of the low-cost airline Norwegian in Canada. The company seeks to establish air routes between Europe and Canada as part of its expansion plan in the long-haul flight market. Norwegian must now wait for other permits mainly from the Ministry of Transportation of the American country although it can already commercialize the tickets. The airline plans to start the service after July 23,…

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Falklands Airlines Brazil 

Brazil could have flights to the Falkland Islands

The governments of the South American country and the United Kingdom are negotiating the proposal of a route to the archipelago. Brazil could have in the future flights to the Falkland Islands or Malvinas. At the moment the government of that country is in negotiations with its pair of the United Kingdom for the approval of a route that connects Brazil with the archipelago of the South Atlantic. The service should start before the month of October and, according to Brazilian media, it would depart from the São Paulo-Guarulhos International…

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