Kiev-Baku flight is also among the cancelled flights.
The airline cancelled the following departing flights: VV21 for Simferopol, VV207 for Warsaw, VV485 for Minsk, VV229 for Athens, VV461 for Yerevan, VV233 for Bucharest, and VV13 for Odessa.
The airline cancelled the following arriving flights: VV210 for Prague, VV24 from Simferopol, VV486 from Minsk, VV234 from Bucharest, VV230 from Athens, VV18 from Odessa, and VV462 from Yerevan.
Heydar Aliyev International Airport told APA-Economics that Aerosvit realizes the abovementioned flights on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays: ‘Yesterday, the plane flying from Kiev landed in Baku at 06.15 and took off again at 07.30. On January 9, Kiev-Baku flight #421 was not operated by the company. The plane should land in Baku at 17.55 and take off again at 19.05. That is why Baku-Kiev flight #422 was not implemented, as well’.
Note that AeroSvit air company has been undergoing difficulties since early December 2012. Kiev region Economic Court has sued bankruptcy case on December 29. Later on the air company has come forth with explanations thus willing to start improvement process. In early January, AeroSvit's bankruptcy led to the cancellation of a number of flights both in the territory of Turkey and out of its borders. Currently the Airlines flights are being delayed all over the world which resulted in accumulation of hundreds of passengers at airports.