What is Aerosvit Airlines?
Aerosvit Airlines was a member of IATA and an IATA IOSA certified carrier. Its main base was the Boryspil Airport. The airline was established in March 1994 and started operations in April the same year with international flights from Kiev in co-operation with Air Ukraine. At December 2012 , Aerosvit was the largest carrier in Ukraine.
What happened to Aerosvit?
, Aerosvit was the largest carrier in Ukraine. Bankruptcy procedures began in January 2013, and in February 2013, AeroSvit ceased operations. This section reads like a press release or a news article.
What happened to Ukraine’s Eastern Airlines?
If you’re not a travel junkie who keeps up to speed with the goings-on of the international airline industry, here’s the scoop: This Ukrainian carrier served more than 70 destinations across three continents until bankruptcy forced it to board up its doors in 2013.
When was the Aerosvit Boeing 767 300ER put into service?
An Aerosvit Boeing 767-300ER is seen here on short final to Prague Ruzyne Airport in 2009. The first aircraft of the type entered the fleet in 2002, and was put in service on the Kyiv–Bangkok route. The Kyiv–New York–Kyiv route was launched in 2003 with a twice weekly service.