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28th February 2022
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24th February 2022
Announcement on the suspension of the airspace of Ukraine

23rd February 2022
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23rd February 2022
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13th January 2022
Optimistic recovery momentum: air traffic in 2021 reaches almost 70% of pre-COVID 2019 volumes
The number of flights provided by UkSATSE with air navigation services in 2021 equals 230,513 flights, which is 62.3% more than in 2020 and 31.2% less than in the pre-crisis year 2019.

Within the airspace under Ukrainian responsibility in 2021, there were 29,637 domestic flights (40.4% more than in 2020 and only 3.7% less than in 2019), 116,932 international flights (+69.8% and -28.2% respectively) and 83,944 transit flights (+61.2% and -40.8% respectively).

Ukrainian airlines operated 81,747 flights last year (64.4% more than in 2020 and 25.5% less than in 2019), while foreign airlines performed 148,766 flights (+61.2% and -34.1% respectively).
In December 2021, traffic volumes in the country's airspace almost reached the level of 2019 with a rate of 92.3%. Separately, it should be noted that the number of transit flights in the last month almost equaled the corresponding figure for 2019 - mainly due to the resumption of flights in the Simferopol flight information region.

Andrii YARMAK, Head of UkSATSE: "The year 2021, despite usual realities caused by the pandemic and its associated restrictions, gave us hope for a full recovery of traffic in Ukrainian airspace during the current year. External factors - vaccination of the population and acceptance of new realities of air travel, and our proactive work to attract airlines to perform transit flights in Ukrainian airspace have enabled us to actually reach traffic levels for the same period in pre-COVID 2019 by the end of the year."

For UkSATSE, the year 2021 was also marked by other positive milestones that present bright prospects for stable development, namely incorporation of best practices in the air navigation sector, accession to the Eurocontrol Joint Route Charges System, modernisation of the air navigation structure and stabilization of the enterprise's financial position.

Source:  UkSATSE

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