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KIEV, February 25. /ITAR-TASS/. Ukraine International Airlines will cut the number of its regular flights till the end of March, the company’s news office said on Tuesday.
“The social and political crisis in the country has pushed down the demand for business and touristic trip packages. The results of the crisis are already seen in the amount of ticket reservations for February and March flights. For this reason from February 24 to March 29 the number of the air company’s regular flights will go down from 343 to 305 per week”, the air carrier said.
Ukraine International Airlines will offer its clients an alternative flight option or invite them to choose a flight from any of the partner companies.
The air carrier has promised to increase the frequency of flights again as soon as the transfer demand grows.