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Articles tagged “ukraine”

Online Travel

Daily Podcast: Google’s Travel Search Bonanza

Good morning from Skift. It's Thursday, February 3, in New York City. Here's what you need to know about the business of travel today.

Daily Podcast: Google’s Travel Search Bonanza

Tourism

The Curious Push for Ukraine Tourism on the Cusp of War

That no one dug deep enough to find out that the "Keep Calm and Visit Ukraine" message was not published on a government website says a lot about the state of the internet today. Disorienting tourists when uncertainty already rules over travel is downright irresponsible.

The Curious Push for Ukraine Tourism on the Cusp of War

Tourism

Canada Warns Its Citizens Against Non-Essential Travel to Ukraine

If it isn't the pandemic, then it's geopolitics and looming armed conflicts that continue to interfere with travel.

Canada Warns Its Citizens Against Non-Essential Travel to Ukraine

Tourism

Ukraine Drums Up Tourism Amid Trump Headlines

The reality of the modern news cycle means that burgeoning tourist destinations often find themselves the subject of intense global focus. It was Ukraine's turn last week.

Ukraine Drums Up Tourism Amid Trump Headlines

Airlines

Netherlands, Australia Blame Russia For Downing of Malaysia Airlines Plane

It's good to see that four years after the crash of MH17 in the Ukraine, investigators are still on the case. It's time that Russia be held accountable.

Netherlands, Australia Blame Russia For Downing of Malaysia Airlines Plane

Airlines

Ryanair Revives Plan to Open Routes to Ukraine

Europe’s largest budget airline sees a silver lining in every crowd. Ukraine's 45 million residents are the latest group it hopes will become customers. They have enjoyed visa-free travel in the European Union since summer 2017.

Ryanair Revives Plan to Open Routes to Ukraine

Airlines

Families of Malaysia Air Flight 17 Victims Find Justice is Elusive 3 Years Later

On a day, July 7, 2017, when Russian president Vladimir Putin takes center stage at the G-20 summit, it is fitting to reflect on how the families of the victims of the MH-17 crash over eastern Ukraine have yet to see their day in court.

Families of Malaysia Air Flight 17 Victims Find Justice is Elusive 3 Years Later

Airlines

Lufthansa Is No Longer Alone in Its Battle Against Airfare Middlemen

Ukraine's flag carrier is the first airline to follow Lufthansa's bold September 2015 move to add a surcharge to bookings made via third-parties. Yet the industry may be overstating the threat to the revenue of the middlemen.

Lufthansa Is No Longer Alone in Its Battle Against Airfare Middlemen

Airlines

Direct Flights Between Russia and Ukraine End Today

"Common sense" goes out the window when it comes to situations like this.

Direct Flights Between Russia and Ukraine End Today

Airlines

Ukraine Levies Sanctions Against Russian Airlines

As its messy conflict with the Russian Federation continues, who can blame Ukraine for wanting to keep suspect Russian aircraft off its soil?

Ukraine Levies Sanctions Against Russian Airlines