Founded in 2012, Bravo Airways is a Ukrainian airline, operating international scheduled passenger flights. The airline is based at Kyiv International Airport. From Ukraine, Bravo Airways operates regular weekly flights to Amman, in Jordan, and Beirut, in Lebanon.
As well as scheduled passenger flights, Bravo also provides charter and cargo services. Bravo Airways offers two passenger classes, Economy and Business, and operates McDonnell Douglas (MD-82) and Boeing 737-500 aircraft.
Bravo Airways operates international flights from Ukraine (Kherson and Kyiv) to Amman, in Jordan, and Beirut, in Lebanon.
|Jordan||Amman||Queen Alia International Airport||AMM|
|Lebanon||Beirut||Beirut–Rafic Hariri International Airport||BEY|
|Ukraine||Kharkiv||Kharkiv International Airport||HRK|
|Ukraine||Kyiv||Kyiv International Airport||IEV|
Bravo Airways can provider flights to destinations including: Lebanon (Beirut), Jordan (Amman), Iran (Tehran), Poland (Lublin), Greece (Araxos, Athens), Montenegro (Tivat, Podgorica), Turkey (Antalya, Dalaman, Bodrum) Albania (Tirana), Bulgaria (Bourgas), Spain (Alicante), Georgia (Batumi), Cyprus (Larnaca), Egypt (Sharm El-Sheikh, Hurghada), Slovakia (Poprad) and Finland (Kital).
The checked baggage allowance will depend on your booking class. The following information is a guide but subject to change, and will be confirmed during the booking process.
Economy passengers: Economy passengers can check-in 23 kg of baggage on flights between Kiev-Beirut, Kiev-Amman and Kharkov-Amman. Economy passengers can check-in 30 kg of baggage on flights between Kiev-Tehran, Amman-Kiev and Amman-Kharkov.
Business passengers: Business passengers can check-in 30 kg of baggage on flights between Kiev-Beirut, Kiev-Amman and Kharkov-Amman. Business passengers can check-in 40 kg of baggage on flights between Kiev-Tehran, Amman-Kiev and Amman-Kharkov.
The maximum size of checked baggage: the sum of all measurements must not exceed 158 cm. Excess baggage (fees apply) can be pre-booked when you book through Alternative Airlines.
The rules for carry-on baggage will depend on each passenger's class of travel. Economy Class passengers can carry up to 7 kg of baggage. Business Class passengers can carry up to 10 kg. No carry-on bag can exceed the following dimensions: length 55 cm, width 40 cm, height 20 cm. Carry-on baggage is stored in the overhead compartments or under the seat in from. In some instances, if the available space is full, carry-on baggage will been to be transferred into the hold to ensure comfort and safety during the flight.
In addition, each passenger can carry any personal items including a coat or jacket, umbrella, walking cane, a document folder, reading material and baby food required for feeding on board. The total weight of personal items must not be more than 5 kg
Online check-in is not currently available.
For international flights passengers are advised to arrive at the airport as early as possible, usually 2 hours prior to departure for scheduled passenger flights.
Seats are configured in a 3-3 formation (130 seats total) in the Boeing 737, and in a 3-2 formation (170 seats total) in the McDonnell Douglas.
Economy is the more affordable class of travel. Passengers can enjoy a comfortable journey in a bright and modern cabin. Onboard meals, hot/cold drinks and snacks are available for purchase.
Business Class is separated from the Economy cabin. Passengers can enjoy a premium travel experience, with generous seat pitch and width and more personal space. Business Class passengers are served complimentary drinks and meals and can enjoy priority boarding.
The airline operates a fleet of McDonnell Douglas MD-82 aircraft (2 total) and a Boeing 737-500.
Boryspil International Airport, otherwise known as Kyiv Boryspil (IATA: KBP), is the international airport serving the city of Kyiv, the capital of Ukraine. KBP is the country's largest airport, serving 65% of Ukraine's passenger air traffic, including the majority of its international flights. SkyUp and Ukraine International Airlines also use the airport as a primary hub. Other airlines to operate regular international flights to/from the airport include: Windrose Airlines, Ryanair, Turkish Airlines, Azur Air Ukraine, Air Astana and Air France.
When you book through Alternative Airlines, you can add flight insurance to your booking. This entitles you to a refund if you need to cancel your flight for a number of unforeseen circumstances, including adverse weather or illness. For this extra peace-of-mind, simply select 'Cancellation Protection' to your booking at checkout.
The following airlines operate international flights to/from Ukraine: