In Ukraine’s latest regional airport to reopen, Poltava airport received Sunday its first flight in years
Monday, July 30, 2018

In Ukraine’s latest regional airport to reopen, Poltava airport received Sunday its first flight in years

In Ukraine’s latest regional airport to reopen, Poltava airport received Sunday its first flight in years, a Motor Sich Yak-40 jet carrying about 20 foreign tourists from Zaporizhia, home to Motor Sich. After visiting Poltava, 340 km southeast of Kyiv, the tourists are to fly Monday to Kriviy Rih. Over the last six months, Poltava repaired the 2.6 km concrete landing strip and won international status from the government. Soon international charters are to start to Turkey, according to the airport’s new director general, Volodymyr Okara.

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