Last week, UIA, received its ninth and final Boeing 737 this year. The latest Boeing is part of the airline’s ambitious plan to more than double its fleet by 2021.
Boeing’s Kyiv Design Center has grown to about 300 engineers this year.
Traffic at Western Ukraine's largest airport has recovered from slump and is on track to handle 711,000 passengers.
Air traffic up 60% at Kharkiv International Aiport. It is on track to handle over 600,000 passengers this year.
Ukraine’s grain industry is exporting more than ever, despite softening global food prices, aging transport infrastructure, and the erosion of such top traditional markets as China, Saudi Arabia and Russia
In three months, Kyiv taxi riders have embraced Uber in one of the fastest rollouts the smartphone ride hailing company has seen in Eastern Europe.
Station by station, track by track, Kyiv is entering the elite circle of cities in the world with wifi-enabled subways. Kyiv’s system will provide the metro’s 1.5 million daily passengers with free wifi in stations and moving trains.
In a bold bet that farm production will continue unchecked around Ukraine’s frozen conflict, a major grain producer and trader opens next week a multimillion dollar food shipment facility in the heart of Luhansk region.