August 8, 2013, Kiev – With the resumption of cooperation between the Dniproavia airlines and the International Air Transport Association (IATA), Dniproavia tickets became available in the aviation agencies of Ukraine, Turkey, Austria, Israel and Germany.
In August 2013 Dniproavia airlines continued membership in the international system of ticket sales (IATA BSP), which had been suspended in February.
According to the Chairman of the “Dniproavia airlines” Oleg Novikov, from February 1, 2013, when the company resumed its flights, tickets on sale at the offices of the company’s website and on the forms dniproavia.com interline partners UIA and Hahn Air, which gave customers some inconvenience. Now the agency networks of the five countries have gained access to flight booking on their own letterhead Airlines.
International Air Transport Association (IATA) in 1972 created a system of mutual settlements between airlines and ticket agents IATA Billing and Settlement Plan (BSP), which covered most of the world’s airlines. Since 2007, all IATA members have switched to the use of electronic tickets.
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From February 1, 2013 Ukrainian airline “Dniproavia” flies in both directions on domestic routes Kiev, Dnipropetrovsk, Kyiv-Ivano-Frankivsk. In the spring of this year, “Dniproavia” launched its own flights to Moscow (Domodedovo). On June 14, 2013 Flights from Kiev and Moscow in Sevastopol Belbek airport , and on 16 July, the company introduced a new flight Dnepropetrovsk – Yerevan.
in June and July 2013 the Moscow airport Domodedovo recognized airline “Dniproavia” one of the most punctual airlines. The regularity of flights for July amounted to 89.3%, from the beginning of the year – 91,31%.comments powered by HyperComments