19-06-2017 On 18th of June 2017 Wizzair Airlines started direct flights Berlin - Lviv with low-cost return tickets starting of 65 euros connecting Germany and Ukraine.
Flights Berlin - Lviv will be held two times a week - each Wednesday and Sunday. The schedule provides information about departure of Berlin (Germany) at 10:20 and arrival in Lviv (Ukraine) at 12:55. On back way departure of Lviv at 13:25 and arrival in Berlin at 14:05.
Airports of flights are Berlin Schönefeld Airport (SXF) and Lviv Danylo Halytskyi International Airport (LWO).
12-09-2016 Kiev will host the Eurovision Song Contest 2017!
02-09-2016 On the eve of the Jewish New Year Rosh Hashanah, celebrated on October 2-4 2016, Hasidim starts their traditional pilgrimage to Ukraine, to the burial site of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov, located on the former site of the Jewish cemetery in a rebuilt synagogue.
From September, 27 to October,6 International Airport “Kiev” serve 73 flights and about 13 500 thousand pilgrims who come from different countries to celebrate Rosh Hashanah. The great majority have come from the USA, Poland and Israel.
22-08-2016 19-21 October the Lviv international forum of tourism and hospitality industries will be held in Western Ukraine. It is an important event in the field of tourism, hospitality and entertainment. Forum combines three interrelated exhibitions, namely international exhibition-fair "TourEXPO" Specialized exhibition "Hotel and restaurant business" and specialized exhibition "Continent of entertainment: Sports. Vacation. Leisure".
10-08-2016 Airline Air Berlin is planning to open a flight from Paderborn (Germany) to Odessa in 2017, memorandum was signed by the airport “Odessa” and Paderborn airport, said the head of the Odessa regional administration Mikheil Saakashvili. The final stage of negotiations are under way.
03-08-2016 Wizz Air has started operating two new services from two of its six Polish bases. The newest services connect Gdansk with Kyiv. New route will operate year round, two times a week.
15-07-2016 According to Forbes Magazine 2008, the Odessa National Academic Opera and Ballet Theatre is one of the 11 most interesting sights in Eastern Europe, and it is the only theatre in the list.