Kharkiv Airlines (Kharkiv) is continuing to operate using only a single B737-800 ch-aviation has learned. According to research, the Ukrainian carrier's only widebody jet, a B767-300, UR-CLT (msn 26263), is now in storage at Istanbul Atatürk having been withdrawn from service at the end of March. The aircraft had been used on flights to India, Thailand, and the Dominican Republic.

With Ukraine currently in the midst of economic and social turmoil, the country's aviation industry has suffered enormously with various foreign and local carriers - among them Wizz Air Ukraine (Kyiv Igor Sikorsky), Atlasjet UA (Lviv), UTair-Ukraine (Kyiv Boryspil), and YanAir (YE, Kyiv Igor Sikorsky) - choosing to either scale down or wind up their respective operations.

As it stands, Kharkiv Airlines continues to operate charter flights to Antalya, Turkey, Sharm el Sheikh and Hurghada in Egypt, and Monastir in Tunisia.