Swiss Air has suspended flights to the city of Kyiv from Monday amid growing fears of a Russian invasion.
That’s according to the BBC, Ukrinform reports.
The airline has suspended its flights to Kyiv from Monday up to and including February 28.
“The safety of our passengers and crew members has top priority at all times… The affected customers will be informed accordingly,” Swiss Air said.
The company said that “they will continue to monitor the situation closely and that they are in close contact with national and international authorities.”
As reported, Lufthansa has suspended flights to Kyiv for a week from February 21, while continuing to fly to Lviv. Ryanair and Wizz Air have announced that they will continue to fly to the country.