Latvian national carrier airBaltic is optimistic about the resumption of services to and from Ukraine, chief executive officer and president Martin Gauss has suggested, following a visit to Kyiv. Gauss and a delegation recently visited Kyiv for a meeting with Oleksandr Kubrakov, the deputy prime minister for the restoration of Ukraine and minister for insfrastructure, and Oleiksiy Dubrevskyy, chief executive officer of the Boryspil International Airport. During the meeting, Gauss confirmed airBaltic’s readiness to resume flights to Kyiv, Lyiv and gradually Odesa, following a declaration from the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) that it is safe to do so.

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