Open sky for Ukrainians: available air transportation was discussed in the Cabinet
Carriers, experts and airport managers held a meeting with Prime Minister Volodimira Groisman. It talked about how you can reduce the cost of flights, to make them more comfortable and give the ability to fly to most of the cities of Ukraine, says the story TSN.19:30.
Ukraine is experiencing a real boom in transportation, but has even more potential. Here only to implement the desired strategy, because, for example, the same “Borispol” lives according to the plans in 2007, although they say at the airport has already been exceeded. “We can confidently say that we have more than 10 million passengers this year. We get from secondary European airports in the category of large,” – said the Director of airport Paul Ryabikin.
Videotransit carriers consulted with the Prime Minister as to reduce the cost of flights and make them comfortable
At the meeting, the Prime Minister instructed to develop strategy of development of Ukrainian airports, including attracting new passengers, to stimulate domestic transportation, and reduce the cost. Carriers is supported, however, say that the state may face several problems. For example, for the excessive attraction of low-cost airlines in Ukraine, some airports in General can come in decline. “The question was, for example, the arrival of Ryanair in one of Kiev’s airports – how will this affect the prospects for regional. Maybe it would be worth perenapravljat Ryanair to the airports,” suggested aviaekspert Alexander Lanetsky.
Because if in the largest airports low-cost carriers will give very cheap fares on regional airfields, they simply will not go. This will have benefits for Ukrainian companies, which pay taxes and create the jobs. “What you need to create the conditions so that low-cost airlines flew here – definitely! That such conditions should correspond to the capabilities of Ukrainian companies and help them to become low-cost airlines – is also clearly”, – the Chairman of the Board MAU Aron Mayberg.