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21st July 2021
Not just managers. 10 effective state managers of Ukraine according to Focus

7th July 2021
Air traffic recovery in June: the number of flights serviced by UkSATSE reached almost 60% of pre-crisis level

14th June 2021
Andrii Yarmak, Head of UkSATSE, on air travel problems, traffic pricing and the Minsk incident

11th June 2021
Head of UkSATSE - participant of the 1st International Investment Forum

8th June 2021
Flight statistics in May: recovery of air traffic in Ukrainian airspace stabilizing

News
21st July 2021
Not just managers. 10 effective state managers of Ukraine according to Focus
The head of UkSATSE Andrii Yarmak is on the list of the countrys effective state managers. These people do not make populist statements at the Verkhovna Rada, rarely attend loud talk shows, because they are busy - working. And we decided to talk about them, - says the publication of the Focus magazine. According to the magazine information, the assessment is based, in particular, on the ratio of promises made or goals set for the state managers - with the work they have done. In particular, it is important how well the enterprise or agency was able to withstand the crisis period led by the head.
 

7th July 2021
Air traffic recovery in June: the number of flights serviced by UkSATSE reached almost 60% of pre-crisis level
Air traffic in Ukraine is gradually returning to the pre-crisis volumes. In June 2021 there were 21,113 flights in the airspace of Ukraine, which were provided by UkSATSE with air navigation services, amounting to 59.6% of the June volume of flights in the pre-crisis year 2019.
The May indicators were lower: 56.6% of the flights during the same period in 2019.
Therefore we record though smooth, but positive dynamics of air traffic in the airspace of Ukraine.

The flights intensity increase is caused by the tourist season start, gradual opening of borders of foreign countries, restoration of a number of suspended international flights to Europe due to the pandemic and appearance of new air carriers on the aviation market of Ukraine.
 

14th June 2021
Andrii Yarmak, Head of UkSATSE, on air travel problems, traffic pricing and the Minsk incident
In an interview with BusinessCensor (BC) Andrii Yarmak, Head of UkSATSE, explained what responsibility air traffic controllers have, why air traffic is not recovering, how Ukraine is attracting transit traffic to its airspace and why the terminal charge differs from one airport to another.

The state enterprise (SE) UkSATSE, the national provider of air navigation services, operates the entire airspace of Ukraine.

In terms of airspace volume (which is 776 square kilometres), our country ranks as the 5th largest in Europe.

How does UkSATSE work in a pandemic crisis? What exactly are the air traffic controllers of the Enterprise responsible for? What lures air carriers to the Ukrainian sky? And is it true that the crew of the plane carrying the Belarusian blogger Roman Protasevich requested an emergency landing at the Ukrainian airport?

Andrii Yarmak, Acting Director of UkSATSE, explained this in an interview with BusinessCensor.
 

11th June 2021
Head of UkSATSE - participant of the 1st International Investment Forum
Andrii Yarmak: "The southern airspace of Ukraine is strategically important for the development of the country's transit potential. Considering this, we are working hard to resume flights in the Simferopol flight information region, in particular to improve the air navigation infrastructure. This applies to the modernization of locators, voice communication system, and navigation equipment.
Right at the airport Kherson a new navigation equipment DVOR/DME will be installed, which will also operate on the route, and provide aircraft landing assistance at the airport.
 

8th June 2021
Flight statistics in May: recovery of air traffic in Ukrainian airspace stabilizing
A total of 16,986 flights were performed in Ukrainian airspace in May 2021, which is 43.4% less compared to 2019. The absolute value of the number of flights provided with air navigation services is growing from month to month, while the dynamics of recovery is the same as in April.
Flights are increasing due to the beginning of summer navigation, the active tourist season, as well as the opening of borders of more and more countries.
The suspension of air service with the Republic of Belarus has not significantly affected the May indicators. However, it may lead to a slowdown in volume growth in coming months.
 

28th May 2021
Today the President of Ukraine hosted a meeting with the Slovak Prime Minister and expressed his gratitude to the Slovak government for ratifying the agreement, which will allow the Uzhhorod International Airport to resume full operation.
The agreement between the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine and the Government of the Slovak Republic on the determination of conditions for the use of a certain part of the Slovak Republic's airspace in connection with the provision of air traffic services to a designated Ukrainian air navigation service provider at the Uzhhorod International Airport will enter into force on June 5 this year.

This Agreement is the result of painstaking work carried out by Ukrainian and Slovak experts to restore the full operation of the Uzhhorod International Airport and to ensure sustainable air links between Transcarpathia and other regions of Ukraine and the world.

Thus, for the implementation of the Agreements provisions, a number of key tasks have been carried out, which Ukraine performed for the first time in its history. In particular, Ukrainian air navigation services provider (UkSATSE) has been certified for the first time under European Union (EU) standards and as a result was designated by the Slovak Party as a services provider in a certain part of the airspace of another country, Slovakia, as part of flights to/from Uzhhorod International Airport.
 

28th May 2021
The government tightens "air sanctions" against Belarusian airlines
From 00:00 on May 29, 2021, a ban on the use of Ukrainian airspace by aircraft registered in the Republic of Belarus comes into force.
 

26th May 2021
Minsk incident calls into question safety in Belarusian airspace - EASA
European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) recommends to Member States Operators and third Country Operators authorised by EASA to avoid operations in FIR Minsk, unless the use of that airspace is deemed necessary to ensure safe operation in case of unforeseen circumstances.
 

26th May 2021
UkSATSE official comment on Ryanair flight
Andrii Yarmak, Head of UkSATSE: "During the Ryanair transit flight from Athens to Vilnius within the airspace of Ukraine, which took place on May 23, 2021, the provision of air navigation services was carried out in accordance with the respective flight plan and in line with the established rules and procedures.
There were no reports of abnormal situations on board the aircraft and no requests to change the flight plan were made to the air traffic services of UkSATSE from any sources. During 25-minute period that the aircraft was in the Lviv flight information region, the crew's radio communications with air traffic controllers proceeded in a normal manner, as prescribed by ICAO Standards and Recommended practices".
 

25th May 2021
The Government of Ukraine imposes a ban on air transportation with the Republic of Belarus
Period of validity: from midnight on May 26, 2021
The purpose: to ensure the safety of aviation and society
Precondition: the Ryanair passenger plane made a forced landing at Minsk airport on May 23, after that the Belarusian oppositionist Roman Protasevych was detained.
 



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