KLM stops all its flights to Ukraine

Dutch airline carrier KLM announced today in a press release that is stopping flying to Ukraine.

The next flight to the capital Kiev is scheduled for tonight, but will not be operated, says KLM

This decision follows the adjusted travel advice to code red and an extensive safety analysis. It is not yet clear when KLM will fly to Kiev again.

KLM has not been flying over the eastern regions of Ukraine and Crimea since 2014. There are now no more KLM flights through Ukrainian airspace until further notice.

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