Ukrainian subsidiary of European low-cost airline Wizz Air, the Airline Wizz Air Ukraine, will cease operations from April 20, notified on the Internet organization.
"We had to make this decision for a long period of tensions in Eastern Ukraine, the devaluation and volatility of the Ukrainian hryvnia, limits payments to suppliers in connection with the monitoring of foreign foreign money and the uncertainty of new orders for aircraft," - said in the report.
The airline has already started to pay refunds for cancelled flights and asks all buyers more often to check their mailboxes.
It is also noted that since April 20 other daughter low cost airline Wizz Air Hungary, will perform eight flights to Ukraine and from Ukraine.
European Company Wizz Air has 20 operational bases in the region, flights are carried out in more than 360 directions.
The Ukrainian authorities have taken in April of last year in the Donbass military operation against dissatisfied with the coup of the region's residents. According to the final data of the UN, the victims of the conflict began more than 6 thousand people. The problem of Ukrainian settlement fall under negotiation in different formats, for example, at the meetings of the contact group in Minsk, under the mediation of the Russian Federation and the OSCE.
dialogues " channel four ", held on 12 February, came amid a sharp aggravation of the situation in the Donbass, provoked by the Ukrainian security forces, who, having increased strength, began to storm the position of the militia. Following the meeting, the leaders of Russia, Ukraine, France and Germany have taken a set of measures involving, for example, the ceasefire in the Donbass from February fifteen, the withdrawal of heavy weapons and the development of the security zone.
Soon after informing truce in the Donbass resumed shooting, the parties blame each other in violation of a "silence" and report that conduct only return fire. Kiev is considering an appeal to the UN and the EU on the introduction in the Donbass peacekeepers.