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   6th July 2020
  Volume of flights in the Ukrainian sky is recovering very slowly after opening of airline service
  UkSATSE provided air navigation services for 4584 flights performed in June 2020, which is 87.1% less than in June 2019.

In general, the June air traffic by flight type is distributed as follows: domestic flights - 1,403 (53.9% less than in June 2019), international flights - 1,650 (-89.5%) and transit flights - 1,531 (-90.8%). In June, Ukrainian airlines carried out 1,778 flights while foreign airlines performed 2,806 flights.

The biggest decline remains in the volume of transit flights in the Ukrainian airspace - this indicator in June 2020 is almost 91% lower compared to the same indicator last year.
   3rd July 2020
  UkSATSE performs flight inspection of radio navigation aids and airfield lighting equipment for Odesa airport
  Flight inspection aircraft Beechcraft King Air B300 of UkSATSE Flight Calibration Service carries out flight inspection of instrument landing systems (ILS), non-directional radio beacons (NDB) and airfield lighting systems (ALS) for Odesa International Airport.
Flight inspection services are performed under the contract between UkSATSE and Odesa airport. The total inspection time, which will last from 02 till 04July, will be 16 flight hours.
   30th June 2020
  Air traffic transit in Ukrainian sky. How to recover aviation industry
  Andrii Yarmak, Head of UkSATSE – for NV Business

The global aviation industry has been on verge of survival because of the pandemic and the largest crisis in decades. Some market players may not be able to get their jobs back at all.
As a result of quarantine measures introduced by the government, the decrease of air traffic in the airspace of Ukraine during the second half of March - early June 2020 amounted to about 95% with negative maximum of 98% compared to the same period of the last year.
The forecast for the recovery of flight volumes to the end of 2020 for Ukraine is 50% of 2019 air traffic and full recovery of 2019 figures is not expected before the end of 2022.

Financial support mechanisms and tax deferral are certainly important in order to survive hard times. However, effective steps to further develop the industry are now needed.
Such step may be a decision to develop transit flights in the airspace of the country and new transit opportunities for Ukrainian airlines. This path does not require any financial allocations from the country. On the contrary, it will ensure the competitiveness of Ukrainian airlines on profitable Asian routes and significantly optimize the costs of airlines in the post-crisis period. In addition, it will ensure uninterrupted operation of the air navigation services provider, which, unlike airlines, cannot suspend its activities, because it is part of the pan-European infrastructure and the basis of the Joint Civil-Military System of Air Traffic Management of Ukraine, on which the defense capability of the country and flight safety depend.
   30th June 2020
  Ukraine is ready to launch work within the framework of the EUROCONTROL Common Route Charges System
  Deputy Minister of Infrastructure of Ukraine Oleg Yushchenko, head of UkSATSE Andrii Yarmak and experts of the enterprise attended the 114th session of the EUROCONTROL enlarged Committee for route charges, which was held for the first time in the format of an online teleconference. During discussion of the session's agenda special attention was paid to the discussion of the crisis situation in aviation sector as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the response of the Common Route Charges System to such a challenge to the aviation industry, as well as looking for ways to quickly restore stable functioning of all market players, in particular, providers of air navigation services of EUROCONTROL member countries.

One of the most important issues for the representatives of Ukraine was completion of the technical integration of Ukraine into the EUROCONTROL Common Route Charges System.
   26th June 2020
  Save your sky! – For a safe and resilient air traffic control system
  International aviation organizations have joined efforts to draw the attention of the European community to the situation in air traffic control.

Representatives of the International Federation of Air Traffic Controllers’ Associations (IFATCA), International Federation of Air Traffic Safety Electronics Associations (IFATSEA) which also comprise UkSATSE trade unions, as well as several other organizations representing the interests of aviation workers (ATCEUC, ETF, IFAIMA) call upon European institutions and member states to find an elaborate Europe-wide plan for the aviation sector that includes air traffic management and air navigation services.
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