SkyUP Airlines will fly a special Stockholm-Kiev flight on April 28 and a special Malta-Kiev flight on May 6 to evacuate Ukrainian citizens.
This was reported on Facebook by the Embassy of Ukraine in Sweden and the Embassy of Ukraine in Italy.
“The sale of tickets for the special Stockholm-Kiev flight was opened on April 28, 2020,” the statement said.
The diplomatic mission noted that citizens returning from abroad are subject to mandatory observation for 14 days, or they can choose to isolate themselves at the same time using the “House of Dooms” application from the Ministry of Processing numeric at the chosen address.
At the same time, anyone arriving from abroad must sign a consent for observation or self-isolation.
“Without consent to the sighting, passengers will not be allowed to fly even if tickets are available,” the embassy noted.
In the case of the choice of self-isolation, citizens should also install the “Do-it-yourself” application on their smartphone and use it, they added on a diplomatic mission.
You can purchase tickets for a special flight on the SkyUP Airlines website.
SkyUP Airlines will fly a special Malta-Kiev flight on May 6.
“The joint efforts of the Ukrainian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and SkyUp Airlines have resolved the problem of another special Malta-Kiev flight. The Malta-Kiev flight (Boryspil airport) is scheduled for May 6, 2020 at 5:40 pm,” said the press release.
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All arrivals from abroad must sign an observation or self-isolation agreement.
You can also purchase tickets for a special flight on the SkyUP Airlines website.
As noted, Infrastructure Minister Vladislav Krikli said the department plans to make a number of evacuation flights in late April to return home. Then the minister announced flights from Israel, the United States, Thailand and other countries.
Since March 12, the government has introduced quarantine in Ukraine to fight the spread of COVID-19 coronavirus infection. In particular, commercial establishments were closed, with the exception of grocery stores, pharmacies, petrol stations and banks. Work suspended in the Kiev, Kharkov and Dnipro metros, land transport in cities, interurban and interregional automobile, rail and air services has been halted.
The first quarantine was introduced until April 3, then extended until April 24, then – until May 11 inclusive.
Since March 28, Ukraine has completely closed the border for scheduled flights, including aviation.
At the same time, from April 7, it is prohibited to cross the border on foot. You can only enter the territory of Ukraine by car. 19 checkpoints are open for the crossing.
According to the materials: ukrinform.ru