Category:AeroSvit Airlines

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AeroSvit Airlines was the new brand name given in 1999 to the company AeroSweet Airlines, an Ukrainian ailine launched on March 1994, operating several Boeing 737 on routes from Kyiv to Eurasian and Middle-East destinations. In 2000, two more Boeing 737-300 aircraft joined AeroSvit Airlines fleet. Scheduled flights to Prague and Warsaw were launched, and AeroSvit Airlines carried more passengers than any other Ukrainian airline (over the calendar year). In 2002, a further three Boeing 737-500 aircraft joined the fleet, as also did the first Boeing 767-300ER that previously belonged to SAS on a long-term lease from Boeing Capital, aimed at starting operations to Bangkok. AeroSvit Airlines took over the long-haul services previously operated by Air Ukraine. The Kyiv–New York–Kyiv route was launched in 2003 with a twice weekly service. Later that year, flights to Toronto and Delhi began. In this year, the airline changed to AeroSvit Ukrainian Airlines and carried its second millionth passenger.


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