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Ukrzaliznytsia has opened ticket sales for all trains of the new schedule


Ukrzaliznytsia has opened ticket sales for all trains of the new schedule, which will take effect on December 12, 2021. The new schedule will launch 19 pairs of new trains; another 49 trains will be accelerated. Thanks to the new schedule, 29 new connections of regional and regional centers will be created, particularly in popular tourist destinations.


Among the most accelerated trains are the following: №13 / 14 Kyiv – Solotvino – will get from Kyiv faster by 3:16 hours and 2:20 hours back; №77 / 78 Kharkiv – Mariupol – will get from Kharkiv 2:05 hours faster and 3:29 hours back; №84 / 83 Kyiv – Mariupol – will get from Kyiv 2:13 hours faster and 1:24 hours faster back; №108 / 107 Odessa – Uzhhorod – will get from Odessa 1:15 faster and 1:29 back; №145 / 146 Kyiv – Izmail – will get from Kyiv faster by 0:49 and back by 1:02.

There were also 7 flights to the ski resort of Bukovel: №5 / 6 Mariupol – Rakhiv; №15 / 16 Kharkiv – Rakhiv; №55 / 56 Kyiv – Rakhiv; №95 / 96 Kyiv – Rakhiv; №25 / 26 Odessa – Rakhiv; №125 / 126 Mykolaiv – Rakhiv; 30130/129 Kremenchuk – Vorokhta.

Among the new flights, the №5 / 6 train Mariupol-Rakhiv should be mentioned, which became the longest in the country and will cover 1806 kilometers on its way, allowing Mariupol residents to reach Lviv in 21 hours instead of 29, as was the case on the alternative route.

Tickets for these and other trains can already be purchased at the box office, on booking.uz.gov.ua and in the chatbot of Ukrzaliznytsia in Viber and Telegram.