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MOSCOW, November 27. /TASS/. Russian national flagship carrier Aeroflot will resume regular flights to Kharkiv in north-east Ukraine and Dnipropetrovsk in the central part of the country on December 1, the Aeroflot press service reported.
Flights will be made daily from Moscow international airport Sheremetyevo by airliners Sukhoi SuperJet 100, the press service said. Two daily flights will be made to Kharkiv and one daily flight to Dnipropetrovsk.
Ukrainian aviation authorities permitted Aeroflot to make flights to Dnipropetrovsk and Kharkiv since the start of winter season on October 26, TASS reported earlier. Aeroflot has put these flights on its winter schedule, but the final decision to resume flights was taken only on Thursday.
In late July, Aeroflot has suspended regular flights to several Ukrainian cities, including Dnipropetrovsk, Odessa, Khariv and Donetsk by August 31 at first and then until the end of the summer schedule on October 26.
Regular flights to Ukrainian Black Sea port city of Odessa have resumed since October 11, TASS reported earlier.