Ukraine’s latest regional airport to launch international flights, Zhytomyr starts flights to Batumi, Georgia on July 30.
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Ukraine’s latest regional airport to launch international flights, Zhytomyr starts flights to Batumi, Georgia on July 30.

Ukraine’s latest regional airport to launch international flights, Zhytomyr starts flights to Batumi, Georgia on July 30. The three-hour flight will be performed by Ukrainian airline YanAir, which uses Zhytomyr as a maintenance hub for its mixed Boeing-Airbus fleet. Located on the eastern side of Zhytomyr, the airport is a one-hour drive from western Kyiv. Newly renovated, Zhytomyr airport, with its 1.6 km asphalt strip, is positioned to draw passengers from western Kyiv city and region.

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