Kyiv Airport on 10-day maintenance shutdown Repair works are set to be completed before Sep 12.
12:20, 02 September 2019
Kyiv funicular to resume work on Aug 29 The funicular has been closed for scheduled maintenance and repairs since July 22, 2019.
22:26, 28 August 2019
Launch of Kyiv funicular after scheduled maintenance postponed indefinitely Repair works lasted a month.
09:00, 23 August 2019
Ukrtransgaz getting ready for 2019-2020 heating season The company examined 113.2 km of pipelines in May-July 2019.
14:45, 09 August 2019
New Straits Times: Ukraine's Antonov receives offer to operate in Malaysia In 2018, 11 aerospace projects with total investments of RM816.3 million were approved, generating 2,442 jobs.
19:20, 03 August 2019
Energoatom to disconnect power unit 2 at Rivne NPP for scheduled repairs Preventive maintenance works are expected to last 63 calendar days.
15:40, 05 March 2019
Ukraine complains to ICAO about maintenance of Ukraine's Antonov planes in Russia – media The Ukrainian aviation authority says that the maintenance and operation of the aircraft without the involvement of Ukraine's Antonov creates a "dangerous precedent that threatens the life and health of people."
12:26, 07 May 2018
Hyundai Rotem renews maintenance deal in Ukraine – media <p>Korean train manufacturing firm Hyundai Rotem has renewed its maintenance services for 90 subway trains in Ukraine, securing an additional 65 billion won ($59.6 million), according to The Korea Herald.</p>
14:11, 22 November 2017
Russia's Gazprom asks Ukraine to boost gas transit amid Nord Stream repairs <p>The Russian gas monopoly Gazprom has applied to the state-owned operator of Ukraine's gas transportation system Ukrtransgaz to increase gas transit through Ukraine due to the planned shutdown of the Nord Stream gas pipeline for maintenance, according to the press service of National Joint-Stock Company Naftogaz of Ukraine.</p>
16:34, 12 September 2017
Russia's Nord Stream shuts down for maintenance <p>The Nord Stream gas pipeline, which Russia's gas monopoly Gazprom uses to transport natural gas along the bottom of the Baltic Sea to the EU countries bypassing Ukraine, has stopped operations for scheduled repairs on September 11-22, according to the website of Nord Stream AG, operator of the gas pipeline.</p>
16:40, 11 September 2017