Kharkiv international airport is to increase passenger traffic with eight new routes.
The announcement was made by Director General of the International Airport “Kharkiv” Vladimir Vasylchenko.
On March 2 a direct regular flight to Warsaw (LOT) is to begin operation.
Vasil added: “In summer, we will resume flights to Antalya (Turkey); Tivat (Montenegro); Barcelona (Spain); Burgas (Bolganiya); Heraklion and Thessaloniki (Greece), and Larnaca (Cyprus).
“We are now negotiating flights to a number of other locations.”
In 2015, the airport opened flights to Minsk (Belavia); Kutaisi (UIA); Istanbul (Atlasglobal); Tel Aviv (UIA); Amman, Beirut and Baghdad (UM Air).