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Ernest Airlines suspend ticket sale for all flights starting from January 13

Source : 112 Ukraine

The company's license was aborted due to the decision of ENAC, Italy's national government for civilian aviation
20:52, 2 January 2020

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Ernest Airlines air company suspends the ticket sale for all flights, starting from January 13, 2020. The company's license was aborted by ENAC, Italy's national government for civilian aviation. This is mentioned on Ernest's website.

The ticket sale will resume as soon as ENAC publicly cancels its decision.

"The license can be restored following the demonstration by Ernest S.p.A. to be in possession of the requirements prescribed by the current legislation on the matter and to obtain the revocation of the provision issued by ENAC. Our company is taking all the necessary actions aimed at obtaining the revocation of the same provision. In the meantime, in compliance with the provisions of the Authority, sales of transport contracts have been blocked for all flights departing from January 13th. We will update you as soon as there will be more news on this regard", the message said.

Related: Two flights operated by Ernest airlines canceled, - Lviv airport

Previously, Ernest suspended the following flights in the 2019/2020 winter season: Kyiv-Genova, Kharkiv-Rome and Kharkiv-Milan. 

Last year, the company opened a new office in Kyiv; in April 2020, it planned to open the base in Kyiv international airport named after Ihor Sikorsky.

Ernest Airlines is the Italian air company with the HQ in Milan. It conducts low-cost passenger flights and serves Italian and Albanian markets. In Ukraine, the flights include the following ones: from Kyiv to Rome, Milan (Bergamo and Malpensa), Naples, Bologna and Genova; from Lviv to Rome, Milan (Bergamo); from Kharkiv to Rome and Milan (Malpensa); from Odesa to Rome.

Related: Ernest Airlines to launch new flight from Ukraine to Italy in 2019

 

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