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Formed and started operations in 2013. Domestic, regional & international, scheduled & charter, passenger & cargo jet airplane services.
57 Peremogy Avenue
Kiev 03113, Ukraine
Ukraine was established in 1991, it covers an area of 603,700 sq km, its population is 53 million, its capital city is Kiev, and its official language is Ukrainian.
May 2014: YanAir (ANR), the Ukrainian regional airline that operates a fleet of 2 Saab 340s and 1 A320, expanded its domestic network with a new service from Odessa (ODS) to Kiev Zhulyany (IEV) on April 22nd. The 442 km sector to Kievís second gateway will be operated 6x-weekly, utilizing (ANR)ís 33-seat Saab 340s. The route, which was previously operated by UTair Ukraine, will see a frequency increase to 12x-weekly from May 18th. There is no competition on this airport pair.
November 2014: Ukrainian YanAir (ANR) has ceased scheduled flights for the (IATA) winter season, due to low demand.
(ANR) canceled its Kiev to Tbilisi flights from October 26; its Kiev to Odessa service from November 15; and its Kiev to Batumi service from November 29. It still plans to operate charter flights during the winter season.
YanAir (ANR) is based at Kiev Zhuliany International Airport. The regional carrier received its air operatorís certificate (AOC) in July 2013 and has 2 Saab 340s and 3 Airbus A320s in its fleet.
(IATA) Code: YE. (ICAO) Code: ANR.
Main Base: Kiev Zhuliany International Airport.
* Odessa - Odessa International Airport
* Vinnytsia - Havryshiyka Vinnytsia International Airport
* Batumi - Batumi International Airport
* Tbilisi - Tbilisi International Airport
* Tel Aviv - Ben Gurion International Airport
On December 9, 2013, YanAir (ANR) suspended its flights between Chernivtsi and Kiev, claiming that the flight was unprofitable. Later, (ANR) canceled the route between Vinnytsia and Moscow.