REUTERS Ukrainian Infrastructure Minister Volodymyr Omelyan, at a meeting with Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador of the State of Qatar to Ukraine Hadi bin Nasser Al Hajri, proposed that Qatar Airways set up a subsidiary in Ukraine. Read alsoLviv Airport in talks with Qatar Airways "The minister said that the aviation industry in Ukraine was developing rapidly and the passenger flow was a record high in 2018. He also noted that the figure could double in three or four years. He suggested that the Qatari side consider the creation of a Ukrainian-based subsidiary of Qatar Airways, as well as the development of cooperation in transportation of cargo by air," the ministry&#39;s press service reported on April 9. The parties also discussed the cooperation in the field of transport and investment into Ukraine&#39;s infrastructure projects, including the deepening of cooperation in air service and the maritime industry. Omelyan told UNIAN that his proposal to establish a Ukrainian subsidiary of Qatar Airways concerns not only freight, but also passenger transportation. "This is our proposal now. There has been no confirmation from the Qatari side yet. We&#39;ve provided our information and feasibility study. They are considering our proposal now. Negotiations are under way," the minister said. As UNIAN reported earlier, Qatar Airways has been carrying out daily flights to Ukraine&#39;s largest Boryspil International Airport from Doha (Qatar) since August 28, 2017. UNIAN memo. Qatar Airways is Qatar&#39;s state-owned flag carrier headquartered in Doha. As of January 2017, it linked over 150 international destinations across Africa, Asia, Europe, North America, South America and Oceania from its base at Hamad International Airport. This makes it one of the few air carriers that provide services to all five continents.