Flydubai to Kiev, Donetsk & Kharkiv


flydubai to Kiev, Donetsk & KharkivFlydubai is set to start 7 weekly flights from Septemeber this year to the following fast growing airports, Kiev, Donetsk & Kharkiv.

The latest country to welcome Dubai’s rapidly expanding low cost airline, flydubai is the Ukraine. This week it was confirmed that Flydubai would begin flights to Donetsk, Kharkiv and Kiev Borispol which are set to begin operating in mid-September 2011.

  • Flydubai flight to Donetsk (DOK) begin on 17th September and operate twice weekly on Wednesday and Saturday.


  • Flydubai flight to Kharkiv (HRK) begin on 16th September and operate twice weekly on Tuesday and Friday.


  • Flydubai flight to Kiev (KBP) also begin on 16th September and will operate three times weekly on Tuesday, Friday and Sunday.


Flight times for all 3 routes are between 4 and just over 5 hours. AeroSvit already flies from Donetsk and Kiev to Dubai, while Ukraine International Airlines serves Dubai from Kiev and Odessa. Air Arabia serves Kiev from its Sharjah base with 5 weekly flights.

Ukraine & Poland are set to co-host next year’s European football championships and has been busy upgrading its airport facilities. flydubai will operate from the recently opened Terminal F at Kiev’s Borispol airport.

flydubai CEO, Ghaith Al Ghaith, said:

“Ukraine is a fascinating country ideally located at the edges of North, South, East and West Europe. The potential to develop the economic relationship between Ukraine and the UAE is huge and I am confident flydubai’s three new destinations will have a large stimulant effect on this relationship. Boryspil International Airport in Kiev is an impressive modern airport and we have been granted the privilege of flying into the prestigious Terminal F, a terminal usually not offered to low cost airlines. I would like to extend flydubai’s thanks to the authorities in Kiev for giving us this honour.”

Category: Dubai Airport Flights, Dubai Airport Terminal 2, Dubai International Airport, Flydubai

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