Initially, flights will be operated twice a week on Tuesdays and Fridays.
Air France is scheduled to resume direct regular flights to Ukraine from July 14.
The airline will operate the Paris-Kyiv route, which will connect Paris' Charles de Gaulle Airport and Kyiv's Boryspil Airport, the news portal avianews.com reported citing the carrier's Ukrainian representative office.
Initially, flights will be operated twice a week on Tuesdays and Fridays. Starting from August 24, Air France plans to increase the frequency to three flights per week: on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. The airline provides the opportunity to transfer to other flights at the Paris airport, however, before booking tickets, passengers must take into account possible transit restrictions on the way to other countries.
The schedule of Air France's Kyiv-Paris flights from July 13 is the following: AF1753 Kyiv-Paris from 14:50 to 17:10 on Tuesday and Friday; AF1752 Paris-Kyiv from 09:25 to 13:35 on Tuesday and Friday.
The schedule of Air France's Kyiv-Paris flights from August 24 is the following: AF1753 Kyiv-Paris from 14:50 to 17:10 on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday; AF1752 Paris-Kyiv from 09:25 to 13: 35 on Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.
In addition, KLM, which is part of the same group as Air France, in July increased its presence in Ukraine. Initially, the airline entered the daily frequency of flights between Kyiv and Amsterdam, and as of July 6 it introduced three additional flights.
Thus, now on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, KLM will carry out flights to Ukraine twice a day.
As UNIAN reported earlier, Turkish Airlines resumed regular passenger flights to Ukraine after a 3.5-month break, performing a flight from Istanbul to Kyiv's Boryspil Airport on July 1.