Emirates has unveiled new expansion plans for Eastern Europe today, with the launch of daily services to Kyiv Boryspil International Airport in Kiev from 16th January 2014, marking its first route to the Ukraine.
From 22 May football fans planning trips to Euro 2012 in June will be able to buy Ukraine currency in their local Post Office.
Skyscanner, Europe’s leading travel search site has witnessed a huge surge in flight searches to Ukraine this year, with Brits heading over before and after the tournament, suggesting that Euro 2012 has raised awareness of the joint host nation as a holiday destination.
Starting on 1 July, Austrian Airlines will fly to Dnepropetrovsk once again. This is a result of discussions between the EU authorities, the Ukrainian and Austrian authorities and Austrian Airlines.
The excitement has been building in Ukraine with the imminent arrival of the newest car on the road. Not long from now the streets of the nation’s capital will see the famous lines of the legendary London Taxi as Kiev becomes one of the first cities around the world to introduce the iconic vehicle.
Wizz Air has announced its intention to launch a new service between the Ukraine and Italy.
Hotels.com, the world’s most visited hotel booking site*, has announced its further expansion into the Eastern European market with the launch of six new local language sites in Latvia, Estonia, Lithuania, Ukraine, Slovakia and Croatia.