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Windrose Airlines

WINDROSE airlines
Windrose Airlines logo.svg
IATA ICAO Callsign
Founded28 October 2003
Operating basesBoryspil International Airport, Dnipro International Airport
Fleet size11
HeadquartersKyiv, Ukraine
Key peopleVolodymyr Kamenchuk and Yuri Yuvchenko

WINDROSE airlines, legally Wind Rose Aviation Company, is a Ukrainian charter airline based at Boryspil International Airport. Founded on 28 October 2003, the airline's headquarters is in Kyiv; it operates charter flights to destinations in Europe, Turkey, Israel and Egypt.


The airline was established in 2003 to provide charter flights to destinations in Europe and the Middle East. It is most probably part of the Privat Group of billionaire Igor Kolomoysky which also owned PrivatBank before it was nationalised,[2] Ukraine International Airlines, as well as formerly owned now-defunct airlines Cimber Sterling, Donbassaero, Dniproavia and AeroSvit.[3]

In 2006, regular flights to Moscow and Kaliningrad in Russia were initiated. In 2008, the company expanded its route network, then sharply reduced it.[4] Since 2008, Windrose Airlines has focused on charter flights. From 2010 to the present day, the airline has been licensed to operate regular flights, should the need arise. The airline was the first to carry out flights basing its aircraft at various airports in Ukraine.

In December 2019, the company rebranded.

In June 2020, the company started domestic flights in Ukraine.


Windrose Airlines operates scheduled and charter flights to and from the following destinations:[5]

North Macedonia


Windrose Airlines Airbus A321

The Windrose Airlines fleet includes the following aircraft (as of June 2020):[7]

Windrose Airlines Fleet
Aircraft In service Orders Passengers Notes
Airbus A320-200 1 1 180
Airbus A321-200 5 218
ATR 72-600 4 2 78
Embraer 145 3 -- 48/49 To be retired in 2021
Hawker 800XP 2 -- 8
Total 13 3

In the past, Wind Rose Aviation used an Airbus A330-200, 3 McDonell Douglas MD-82 and 1 McDonell Douglas MD-83.


  1. ^ "IATA - Airline and Airport Code Search". Retrieved 2015.
  2. ^ "Ukraine's biggest lender PrivatBank nationalised". BBC. 19 December 2016.
  3. ^ "Ukraine Billionaire To Expand Aviation Empire". 11 June 2011.
  4. ^ "Windrose Airlines on ch-aviation". ch-aviation. Retrieved 2021.
  5. ^ "Destinations - WINDROSE". Retrieved 2016.
  6. ^ (in Ukrainian) Uzhhorod Airport resumed flights after a two-year break, [uk] (2 June 2021)
    (in Ukrainian) Uzhhorod Airport will be fully operational in September, Ukrayinska Pravda (31 May 2021)
  7. ^ "Windrose Airlines Fleet Details and History". Retrieved 2021.

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