Two more Ukrainian Windrose airplanes, previously owned by UIA, have started operating flights in Europe.
This is reported by avianews.com.
We are talking about Boeing 737-900ER with registration UR-PSI and Embraer 190 with registration UR-EMA.
At the time of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, these aircraft were abroad. UIA flew the aircraft until the fall of 2022.
Currently, the Embraer 190 operates flights on behalf of Air Montenegro from Tivat, while the Boeing 737-900ER has made several flights between Budapest and Rome and stopped in Bratislava on June 1.
Windrose is currently using three aircraft from the UIA fleet, which it re-registered in early 2023. On May 4, the first aircraft, a Boeing 737-800 with UR-PSF registration, started flying from various European cities to Hurghada on behalf of the Egyptian charter airline FlyEgypt.
Author - Olena Madiak, 05/06/2023