Ukraine International Airlines is the flag carrier and largest airline of Ukraine. Established in 1992, it was the first airline in the country to fly Boeing 737 aircraft. Headquartered in Kiev, Ukraine International Airlines is part owned by Austrian Airlines, Aer Cap, the European Bank of Reconstruction and Development and the State Property Fund of Ukraine.
Ukraine International Airlines operate domestic flights and scheduled services to Asia, Europe and the Middle East from its main base at Borispol International Airport. Cheap flights from Ukraine International Airlines depart daily from London Gatwick in the United Kingdom. In total, Ukraine International Airlines operate 300 flights each week to popular holiday destinations such as Austria, France, Germany, Italy, Switzerland, Portugal, Spain and the United Arab Emirates. The airline offers more direct flights than any other in Europe.
Passengers are advised to check in at least two and a half hours before the scheduled departure. The check-in desk closes 40 minutes prior to take-off. All Ukraine International Airlines passengers should reach the boarding gate 20 minutes before the flight.
Passengers flying in Business Class onboard a Ukraine International Airlines flight are permitted one hold bag up to 32kg. Economy passengers can check in 23kg. All passengers can carry on one item of hand luggage not exceeding 7kg in Economy and 10kg in Business Class, plus one personal item.
Ukraine International Airlines offers a seat pitch of 30 inches for Economy Class passengers. Business Class ticket holders can enjoy a larger seat pitch of 34 inches.
Frequent Flyer Programme
Panorama Club is the frequent flyer scheme operated by Ukraine International Airlines. Members can collect points to spend on reward flights. Check Ukraine International Airlines information for details on how to join.
Ukraine International Airlines has expanded its popular route to London Gatwick from Kiev. The schedule now includes a total of nine flights per week, providing a reliable service for business travellers. This route also promotes Ukraine as a holiday destination for UK passengers.