Come back

1 min

22 Feb. 2024

2673

Romania launches an airline with Ukrainian roots: what is known

Travel
Popular
Transport
Romania

Share:

Romania launches an airline with Ukrainian roots: what is known

Romania has announced the launch of a new airline that uses a name and style similar to an existing Ukrainian airline. Find out more about what distinguishes the air carriers and when the flights are scheduled to start

Order bus, train, plane tickets to/from Ukraine and between cities around the world
Order bus, train, plane tickets to/from Ukraine and between cities around the world
BUY


Romania has announced the creation of a new airline, Bees Airlines, whose name and design resemble the Ukrainian airline Bees Airline, the difference between which is only one letter - "s". This was reported by avianews.com.


According to the official website of this airline, the company is currently undergoing the certification process and plans to make its first flight from the Romanian capital, Bucharest, in the spring of 2024.


It is noted that Romanian Bees Airlines plans to operate international charter flights to various destinations in Europe, Asia and Africa, using a capacity of 180 seats on board an Airbus A320 aircraft.

As a reminder, you can buy train, bus, or plane tickets to Ukraine and between cities around the world, as well as view timetables and compare prices through Visit Ukraine's convenient booking service. The website has a bonus points system that allows you to travel much cheaper.




Visit Ukraine on social media: Telegram | YouTube | Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | TikTok




According to airfleets.net, Bees Airlines is preparing to launch an Airbus A320 aircraft under the registration number YR-BUZ, which was manufactured in 2003 and previously used in the UK and Australia.


In particular, avianews.com sent inquiries to the CEO of Ukrainian Bees Airline Yevhen Khaynatsky and to the office of Romanian Bees Airlines regarding the launch of the airline, but no responses were received by the time of publication.


As you know, before the start of the full-scale russian invasion in February 2022, Ukrainian Bees Airline lost its entire fleet due to the recall of four Boeing 737-800 aircraft by the lessor due to military risks.


In the summer of 2022, the State Aviation Administration of Ukraine issued a decision to revoke Bees Airline's operator's certificate because it had less than two aircraft in its fleet, which is the minimum requirement for maintaining the certificate.


This circumstance prevented the Ukrainian Bees Airline from continuing to operate internationally, unlike such Ukrainian airlines as SkyUp, Windrose and Skyline Express (formerly Azur Air Ukraine).

We remind you! Despite the cancellation of flights, Ukrainian airlines are taking measures to ensure their operations and retain their staff. Find out more about where Ukrainian airlines have established hubs and continue to operate.


Photo: Denis Kuzmenko

Want to know more? Read the latest news and useful materials about Ukraine and the world in the News section.




You may be interested in:


Visit Ukraine Donation - make a good deed and an important contribution to the Victory of Ukraine;

Visit Ukraine Legal advice - comprehensive legal support on entry to Ukraine;

Visit Ukraine Tours - the largest online database of tours to Ukraine for every taste;

Visit Ukraine Merch - choose patriotic clothing and accessories with worldwide delivery;

Visit Ukraine News - get the latest news and updates in our Telegram channel;

Cooperation - cooperation and advertising integrations with Visit Ukraine and Visit World projects.




© 2018-2023, Visit Ukraine. Use, copying or reprinting of materials on this site is permitted only with a link (hyperlink for online publications) to Visit Ukraine.

All rights reserved.

Recommended articles

1 min

Documents Japan to ease visa regime for Ukrainians: what is known

Japan to ease visa regime for Ukrainians: what is known

Japan is making significant changes to its visa regime for Ukrainian citizens. The updates are aimed at simplifying visa issuance procedures and ensuring greater accessibility for Ukrainians who intend to visit the country or are already there. Learn more about the changes

21 Feb. 2024

More details

2 min

Culture Kyiv can become a UNESCO City of Music. What does this mean?

Kyiv can become a UNESCO City of Music. What does this mean?

The capital is preparing an application for the status of a UNESCO City of Music. It is expected that the Ukrainian capital will be able to join the Creative Cities Network as early as 2024. Find out what benefits the status provides and what it obliges

22 Feb. 2024

More details

2 min

Popular Why has Ukrainian grain become a problem for Europe?

Why has Ukrainian grain become a problem for Europe?

The conflict over Ukrainian grain has been ongoing for a year. Recently, the Polish demonstrations escalated, reaching a new stage when for the first time railroad traffic was temporarily suspended. The organizers of the protests threaten to blockade even passenger transportation and intend to continue the protests. Find out why Ukrainian grain has become a subject of controversy in Europe

22 Feb. 2024

More details

1 min

Finance Poland will soon start accepting applications for new payments for Ukrainians: what are the conditions

Poland will soon start accepting applications for new payments for Ukrainians: what are the conditions

Poland has announced the extension of financial assistance for Ukrainian citizens. Refugees will be able to receive new financial support in the amount of 850 zlotys. Find out more about when registration will start and to whom the payments are intended

22 Feb. 2024

More details