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Articles tagged “ukraine”

Airlines

Global Airlines’ Profit Forecast Cut by $1 Billion as Ukraine Conflict Hikes Fuel Costs

The aviation industry is impacted by conflicts and events worldwide making forecasts on profit or growth fairly unpredictable from the start.

Global Airlines’ Profit Forecast Cut by $1 Billion as Ukraine Conflict Hikes Fuel Costs

Airlines

Ukraine’s Latest Challenge: All Eastern Airspace Closed

We know that the U.S. State Department doesn't want its citizens to travel to Ukraine. The shutdown in the east only encourages this wise restraint.

Ukraine’s Latest Challenge: All Eastern Airspace Closed

Tourism

State Department Warns Citizens to Defer Travel to Ukraine

The State Department updated the warning Sunday evening to reflect a shift to a transition period, during which the U.S. still asks citizens to avoid unnecessary travel.

State Department Warns Citizens to Defer Travel to Ukraine

Tourism

EU Funds Tour of Old Jewish Towns in Poland, Belarus and Ukraine

It's a great idea to introduce tours of these historic, mostly Jewish towns, and to pair them with interactive exhibits to savor a culture that was just about obliterated in the Holocaust.

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Ukraine’s banner year for tourism: Accolades and international events

The Euro 2012 tournament wasn't the absolute success Ukraine hoped for, but getting picked for multiple top 10 lists let it finish out the year on the upswing.

Ukraine’s banner year for tourism: Accolades and international events

Tourism

Euro 2012 isn’t doing anything to improve Ukraine’s international reputation

Ukraine's failure to manage the increasing bad PR surrounding the tournament and dispel fears of corruption foreshadow the troubles Russia is likely to face with Sochi's 2014 Winter Games.

Tourism

Will the EU boycott Ukraine’s biggest event on the world stage?

Landing the Euro 2012 football tournament wasn't easy, but Ukraine seems content to let the opportunity to show off fade away by its apparent callousness to the suffering of an incarcerated former leader.