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News
   1st March 2021
  In the face of a pandemic and critical reduction of revenues: ensuring stable operation and safety
  The sharp decline in air traffic in 2020 associated with the unprecedented global aviation crisis caused by the pandemic, and quarantine restrictions imposed by many governments including the complete cessation of flights and border closures (with air traffic dropping to 95 - 98% in peak) led to a critical falling of revenues from air navigation services - by 67% compared to 2019.
The negative financial result of UkSATSE amounting to UAH 1.04 billion for the three quarters of 2020 has a number of objective economic reasons, such as the decrease of UkSATSE income caused by the reduction of flights over the country and the decrease in the average aircraft take-off weight, which is one of the important factors for calculating air navigation charges. It is also because of the recurring nature of the majority of expenditure items (that any other ANSP in the world has) which do not depend on the volume of services provided. Regardless of the number of aircraft in a given airspace sector, all communication, navigation and surveillance facilities operate at all times and air traffic controllers and engineers are present at workplaces 24/7 to ensure that safety functions are performed. UkSATSE remains a reliable partner for airspace users. As a state-owned enterprise, it has set an example of how to act in the most challenging environments.
   9th February 2021
  Ukrainian air traffic recovery dynamics remained at the European average level in January
  The total number of flights performed in January 2021 in the airspace of Ukraine, which were provided with air navigation services by UkSATSE, amounts 9,842. However, this represents a 54.2% decrease compared to the volume of flights in January last year.

The January air traffic is structured by types of flights as follows: domestic flights - 1,356 (23.9% less than in January 2020), international flights - 4,624 (-59.9%) and transit flights - 3,862 (-52.8%).
Ukrainian airlines performed 2,988 flights (54.6% less than in January last year), foreign airlines - 6,854 flights (-54.1%).
   2nd February 2021
  Andrii Yarmak, head of UkSATSE: The aviation industry has not faced such challenges since World War II
  One of the industries most affected by COVID and related 2020 restrictions is global aviation. Ukrainian airlines, airports and other players on the aviation market were not an exception. Among them is the strategic state enterprise UkSATSE, which under international treaties is responsible for air navigation services in Ukrainian airspace and over part of the Black Sea.

Its air traffic controllers are the "eyes" and "ears" and the "guiding star" for the crews of aircraft flying to and from Ukrainian airports or transiting the skies over our country.

According to UkSATSE data, last year the company provided air navigation services to just over 142,000 flights. This is 57.6% less than in 2019 and almost four times less than in successful 2013. Consequently, we are talking about huge financial losses for the company and for the state. How was it possible to preserve the staff under such conditions? Is it possible to maintain the infrastructure, on which the lives of thousands of passengers depend, in proper condition? And what does the implementation of plans for a new, better - as we all believe - year depend on? About this and more we talk to Andrii Yarmak, head of Ukrainian State Air Traffic Services Enterprise (UkSATSE).
   28th January 2021
  Main Inspectorate of Ministry of Defence of Ukraine examining specifics of UkSATSE civil-military interaction
  An inspection team of the Main Inspectorate of the Ministry of Defence of Ukraine headed by Brigadier General Valerii Romaniuk has started its work at UkSATSE.

The Inspectorate representatives will become familiar with the operational aspects of the JCMS (Joint Civil-Military Air Traffic Management System of Ukraine) units, which are part of UkSATSE, with an increased focus on the tasks performance by the JCMS main unit - the Ukrainian Airspace Management and Planning Centre.

UkSATSE closely cooperates with the respective authorised bodies of the Armed Forces of Ukraine and the Ministry of Defence of Ukraine to provide safe use of airspace. Coordinated interaction between civilians and the military ensures, in particular, efficient airspace protection.
   13th January 2021
  TOP-10 airlines performed the most number of flights in the airspace of Ukraine in 2020
  Here is the TOP-10 airlines per number of flights executed in the airspace of Ukraine in 2020: Turk Hava Yollari A.O. (Turkey) with 14,623 flights, Ukraine International Airlines (Ukraine) with 14,406 flights, Aviakompaniya Belavia (Belarus) with 10,644 flights, Wizz Air Hungary Ltd (Hungary) with 9,151 flights, Wind Rose Aviation Company (Ukraine) with 8,511 flights, Skyup Airlines LLC (Ukraine) with 8,434 flights, LOT Polish Airlines (Poland) with 6,260 flights, Ryanair LTD (Ireland) with 5,965 flights, Azur Air Ukraine Airlines LLC (Ukraine) with 4,663 flights and Pegasus Hava Tasimaciligi A.S. (Turkey) with 3,446 flights.
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