Airplane: According to Youremailverifier, the main Ukrainian airlines are Ukraine International Airlines (PS) and Aerosvit (VV). Ukraine International flies from Kiev to numerous European cities, including Amsterdam, Helsinki, London, Madrid,Paris, Rome and Zurich.
Other airlines that have flights to and from Ukraine on their flight plan are, for example, Aeroflot (SU), Air Baltic (BT), Air France (AF), Austrian Airlines (OS), British Airways (BA), Estonian Air (OV), Finnair (AY), KLM (KL), LOT (LO), Lufthansa (LH), Malév Hungarian Airlies (MA), Transaero (UN) and Turkish Airlines (TK).
Airports: most international flights to Ukraine land on the KievairportBoryspil. Other international airports are Odessa and Lviv. In the summer months, Simferopol is also one of them.
Ship: Cruise and cargo ships are the main users of Ukrainian ports, but there are also some regular ferry services. However, it should be noted that some routes are subject to frequent changes, so that current information should be obtained before starting your journey.
Ukrferry ferries operate all year round from Ilyichevsk near Odessa to Varna (Bulgaria). The company also connects Odessa with the Georgian city of Poti. Another route connects Odessa with Istanbul.
Transcruise brings passengers from the river port of Izmayil to the Bulgarian city of Silistra several times a week. A shuttle ferry runs several times a day between the Crimean city of Kerch and the Russian port city of Novorossiysk. There is a weekly ferry from Sevastopol to Istanbul. Finally, a catamaran takes passengers regularly from Yalta, also to Istanbul.
Rail: the main rail connections between Ukraine and its neighbors are the Kiev-Minsk, Lviv-St. Petersburg via Minsk and the Varna-Lviv-Minsk route in summer. There are also direct connections between Kiev and Prague, Berlin and Warsaw. There is also the Krakow-Przemysl-Lviv route between Poland and Ukraine.
Chop, about 20 kilometers southwest of Uzhhorod, is the central hub for trains between Ukraine and Hungary. Since the two countries use different gauges, there are longer waiting times in Chop on the Kiev-Budapest-Belgrade and Budapest-Moscow connections.
Trains run the Chernivtsi-Bucharest-Sofia route every day. There is also a train connection several times a week between Tereswa in the south-west of Ukraine and the Romanian city of Sighet.
Most major cities in Ukraine have daily train connections to Moscow. All trains pass Kiev or Kharkiv on their journey. Up to nine trains run daily between Moscow and Kiev, but only one between Kiev and St. Petersburg.
As for train travel to Hungary, Chop is the central transport hub for trips to Slovakia. Due to different track widths, there will be a longer stopover on the Lviv-Bratislava route.
Car: when entering Ukraine, travelers must expect precise customs controls.
There are only two official border crossings between Ukraine and Belarus. One leads on the M20 north of Chernihiv via the Ukrainian village Novy Yarylovichy to the Belarusian Homel. The other crosses the M14, which connects the Ukrainian Kovel with the Belarusian city of Brest.
The border crossing between Tschop and the Hungarian city of Zahony is passable all year round. Other border crossings between Ukraine and Hungary are Beregsurány-Luzhanka and Tiszabecs-Vylok.
The fastest way to travel from Ukraine to Moldova by car is through the breakaway Moldovan Republic of Transnistria. Most of the dozen or so border crossings between Ukraine and Moldova are located in this area.
There are various border crossings between Ukraine and Poland. The most important is Shenhyni on the E40, the route between Lviv and Przemyls. The most popular border crossings between Ukraine and Romania are Porubne-Siret, 40 kilometers south of Chernivtsi, and Solotvyno-Sighetu. The main route between Kiev and Moscow runs first along the E93 / M20, north of Kiev, and then along the M3.
Bus: there is a regular bus service between Lviv in Ukraine and Brest in Belarus. A bus runs several times a day from Uzhhorod to Nyíregyháza, Hungary.
Buses run several times a day via Tiraspol (breakaway Republic of Transnistria) to Chisinau and Palanka (Moldova). There are also bus connections between Poland and Ukraine. However, the travel time is often very long. Buses to Ukraine, for example, leave regularly in Warsaw and Krakow.
Between Ukraine and Romania, buses connect the cities of Chernivtsi and Suceava every day. Buses run daily between Uzhhorod in Ukraine and the Slovak city of Košice, with connections to Prague.