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Today, March 29, the Board of the SAS at the meeting approved the application SkyUp to fulfill three weekly flights “Kiev — Paris” March 31, according to Аvianews with reference to the press service of the airline.

In addition, the Commission allowed the airline to open March 31, with flights “Kharkiv — Paris” with a frequency of three times a week and flights “Kiev — nice” with a frequency of twice a week.

In SkyUp noted that now it is too early to talk about a specific launch date of flights, as are still subject to negotiations and approval slots.

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As the newspaper notes, previously, the admission of new airlines to the line “Kiev — Paris” was impossible due to the limited quota on the fly. In January it became known that France had offered to Ukraine to partially liberalize air transportation, increasing the quota from 14 to 18 flights per week.

On the French side of the right to additional frequencies received Aigle Azur, which will begin flights between Paris Orly airport and Borispol April 18.

In Ukraine, 28 February the Ministry of transport has granted rights to perform additional flights, MAU, dismissing the application SkyUp and Yanair due to the lack of available frequencies.

We will remind, earlier Ukrainian airline SkyUp has launched new flights from Kharkov and Zaporozhye.