Bravo Airways (Ukraine) (BAY, Kiev Boryspil) is considering expanding its operations with scheduled flights to Poland and Georgia after securing local traffic rights.
The State Aviation Administration of Ukraine (SAAU) recently granted Bravo Airways permission to maintain five weekly services from Kiev Boryspil to Lublin. As such, the carrier’s Chief Commercial Officer (CCO) Viktor Telegin told the Centre for Strategies portal that the charter specialist is currently analysing the market in order to determine whether there is enough demand for the route.
The carrier is also eyeing operations between Ukraine and Georgia for which it was granted permits to operate seven weekly flights from Kiev and Odesa to Tbilisi and Batumi. Telegin said the carrier could launch these services from October under unspecified “certain conditions”.
Founded in 2012, Bravo Airways specialises in passenger charter operations as well as ACMI leases. It boasts a fleet of two B737-500s and three MD-83s, one of which is stored in Kiev.