On the Ukrainian market needs to go another two low cost airlines – Omeljan

The Ministry of infrastructure of Ukraine has conducted negotiations with three low-cost airlines in 2017, one of which is Sky Up – will appear on the Ukrainian market. Two more companies need to come to Ukraine next year.

This was announced by the Minister of infrastructure Vladimir Omelian live Еспресо.TV.

“In the beginning of the year we started negotiations with three companies, I didn’t want to announce what may be three, so we gently talked about one that was held. They declared themselves this year. Negotiations continue with the other two, I’m 80% sure that next year they will enter the Ukrainian market”, – said Omeljan.

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He added that other companies will be 51% of Ukrainian capital, to be able to perform flights within Ukraine.

“While we are talking about a company that has already happened is 100% Ukrainian private capital – Sky Up. The other two will be 49 percent foreign capital and 51% of Ukrainian, so they could perform domestic flights,” – said the head of the Ministry of Infrastructure.

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However, the official noted that none of the low-cost carrier that will work in Ukraine, will not have any preferences. The conditions will be equal for all, to create healthy competition.

Recall, the national airline SkyUp will carry out their first Charter flights from April 2018, and in may will launch domestic and international scheduled flights.

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