Monthly Archives: March 2017

Commercial Space Launch Complex Site Selection Completed

Commercial Space Launch Complex Site Selection Completed

March 14th, 2017 Halifax, NS – Dnipro, Ukraine Maritime Launch Services (MLS) Ltd., established in Halifax, is pleased to announce it has committed to a launch site location following a study of prospective sites across North America. An exhaustive review was conducted which assessed 14 potential locations over the last year. The preferred site is located in the ... Read More
 
Ukraine ratifies Canada-Ukraine free trade deal

Ukraine ratifies Canada-Ukraine free trade deal

The decision has been supported by 272 MPs with a required minimum of 226 votes. The FTA retains certain trade restrictions introduced by both sides. Canada cancels duties on 98 percent of Ukrainian products, mainly agricultural ones, with the exception of poultry, dairy products, cheeses and eggs that are still subject to quotas. The document cancels ... Read More
 
Wizz Air to launch four new flights to Ukraine

Wizz Air to launch four new flights to Ukraine

The Hungarian budget airline Wizz Air announced the opening of four new summer routes from Kyiv and Lviv airports, its press service reported on 13 March 2017: “Starting 18 June, Wizz Air will operate its second service from Lviv Airport to the capital of Germany, Berlin Schoenefeld as well as three new low-fare services will commence in August from ... Read More
 
Ryanair will start working in Ukraine in March

Ryanair will start working in Ukraine in March

The largest European low-cost airline Ryanair may start working in Ukraine since March 15, 2017, reports avianews.com with reference to the information in the code of the Dutch version of the website Ryanair. It is reported that the flight information Ryanair of airports in Lviv and Kyiv (“Zhulyany”) found one of the users, who in ... Read More
 
Council of the European Union confirms agreement on visa liberalisation for Ukrainians

Council of the European Union confirms agreement on visa liberalisation for Ukrainians

On 2 March 2017, EU ambassadors confirmed, on behalf of the Council, the informal agreement reached on 28 February 2017 between the Maltese Presidency and the European Parliament on visa liberalisation for Ukrainians. The agreement provides for visa-free travel for Ukrainian citizens when travelling to the EU for a period of stay of 90 days ... Read More