According to the airline's booking system, the last flight will be on October 3, the portal reported.

"It is with regret that we are suspending flights to Kyiv. We have a long and proud history of flying to Ukraine, but it is no longer commercially viable," British Airways' press service said.

Currently, British Airways carries out Kyiv-London flights six times a week.

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The company is now working with other airlines to rebook tickets for passengers who have already bought tickets for canceled flights.

British Airways was the only Kyiv-London flight operator that flies to Heathrow Airport. Ukraine International Airlines, which works on the route, flies to Gatwick, Ryanair to Stansted, Wizz Air to Luton.