Kharkiv Airlines is a Ukrainian airline based in Kharkiv. Kharkiv Airlines was founded in 1998 and operated flights until 2001. In 2012, plans to resume the airline begun. Renamed Kharkiv Airlines, in June 6 2013 the renewed airline made its first flight on a new Boeing 737-800NG from Kharkiv to Antalya (Turkey).
Today, Kharkiv Airlines operates charter flights to Antalya, Sharm-el-Sheikh and Hurghada from Kyiv, Kharkiv and Lviv. Kharkiv Airlines plans to develop the passenger traffic in the neighboring regions.
The aircraft have a maximum capacity of 220 passengers. The cabin is configured with two cabin classes: Business and Economy.
Blankets are provided for all passengers, available on request. Sandwiches and hot/cold beverages are provided during your flight. There is a minimum distance of 29 inches between rows, with padded headrests and fold-down trays for you laptop.
As well as the facilities provided to economy passengers, business passengers can make the most of a separate check-in desk, priority boarding and exit and baggage collection.
All passengers are allowed free carry-on baggage:
Business: 10 kg
All passengers are allowed free checked baggage:
Business Class: 2 units, the maximum weight of each - 23 kg / sum of three dimensions of each (length x width x height) must not exceed 158 cm
Economy Class: 1 unit, the maximum weight - 23 kg / sum of the three dimensions (length x width x height) must not exceed 158 cm
Check-in opens 3 hours before and closes 40 minutes before scheduled departure
Charter flights fly between the following cities:
The airline has also been offering daily scheduled flights from Kharkiv and Odessa to Istanbul’s Sabiha Gokcen Airport, in Turkey, since October 2014