UIA To Operate Four Special Flights From Kyiv to Delhi: More Details, Schedule Here


Ukraine International Airlines (UIA), the flag carrier and the largest airline of Ukraine have a plan to operate 04 additional special flights between India and Ukraine starting 25th March 2022.

This information was shared by the India Embassy in Ukraine on Monday, 21st Feb 2022, in an advisory on flights between India and Ukraine.

The Embassy in its advisory said that in view of the continued high level of tensions and uncertainties of the current situation in Ukraine, additional flights are being organized.

Ukraine to India Flights

Three out of four special UIA flights are being operated as scheduled service on 25 Feb, 27 Feb, and 06 Mar 2022 from Kyiv to Delhi, these flights can be booked directly through the official website of Ukraine International Airlines (UIA). The details of these flights are as below;

Flight NoDateDepartureDep. TimeArrivalArr. Time
PS139525 Feb 2022Kyiv0700Delhi1915
PS39327 Feb 2022Kyiv1935Delhi0750+1
PS39306 Mar 2022Kyiv1935Delhi0750+1

Apart from the abovementioned fights, 1 chartered flight will also be operating from Kyiv to New Delhi on 27th February 2022.

Flight NoDateDepartureDep. TimeArrivalArr. Time
PS139527 Feb 2022Kyiv0700Delhi1915

These flights can be booked through Satguru Travel & Tours Services LLC;

  • Address: Dmytrivska St, 45, Kyiv Phone – +380 44 359 0446 (Office hours)
  • Mobile: +380 96 353 8349, +380 68 498 3502 (24/7)
  • Email: jayesh.pratapftsatgurutravel.com
  • Website: https://satgurutravel.com.ua/

At present, Air Arabia, Fly Dubai, Qatar Airways, etc. are also operating their routine flights From Ukraine to India. Bookings for these airlines can be done through respective Airlines offices, Websites, Call Centres, and Authorised Travel Agents.

The Indian Embassy also said that the advisory will get updated as and when more flight options are available.


Advisory to Indian Students in Ukraine

The Indian Embassy has also issued an advisory for India Students in Ukraine and said that it is receiving a large number of calls asking about the confirmation of online classes by Medical Universities.

In this regard, as informed earlier, Embassy is engaged with respective authorities for streamlining the education process for Indian students. Students are advised, in the interest of their safety, to leave Ukraine temporarily, rather than wait for an official confirmation from universities.

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