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Bees Airline selected AeroCRS as their technology partner

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Dana Ermolenko
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The AeroCRS team is excited to announce that Bees Airline joined the AeroCRS family and is already live with AeroCRS PSS and AeroCRS Network. Bees Airline is a start-up airline from Ukraine that received its AOC in March 2021 and is planning to offer 15 scheduled routes and also 16 charter routes to leisure destinations.

Bees Airline currently has two 189-seat Boeing 737-800s but plans to grow its operations over the coming months and get more aircraft in the near future. The majority of the flights will be operated from the carrier’s main base at Kyiv Sikorsky Airport, connecting with Batumi and Tbilisi in Georgia; Araxos, Heraklion, and Rhodes in Greece; Burgas and Varna in Bulgaria; Alicante and Barcelona in Spain; Tirana in Albania; Larnaca in Cyprus; and Yerevan in Armenia. Additionally, Bees has been authorized to serve some routes from Odesa, Kherson, and Lviv.

The Bees Airline’s charter network includes flights to tourist resorts in Croatia, Egypt, Montenegro, and Turkey, as well as Mombasa in Kenya. The first charter flight from Kyiv to Sharm el-Sheikh has operated already on March 18, 2021.

Mr. Oleksandr Dzhydzhora, Commercial Director of Bees Airline commented: “The main reason for choosing AeroCRS was the speed of response to the needs of the airline. Their flexibility and willingness to help with the implementation of all processes have greatly influenced the speed of the launch of our airline. I am confident that the AeroCRS team of experts will offer airlines many new effective solutions in the nearest future.”

Mr. Meir Hadassi-Turner, CEO of AeroCRS said: “I’m delighted to have Bees Airline among our partners, their business plans and vision are outstanding, and together with AeroCRS innovative solutions, extensive experience, and openness to new ideas of the Bees team, I’m sure that this partnership will be truly beneficial and will lead to great success for both companies.“



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