Windrose Airlines

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Not to be confused with Windrose Air.
Wind Rose Aviation
Авіакомпанія Роза Вітрів
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Founded 28 October 2003
Operating bases Boryspil International Airport
Fleet size 10
Company slogan Wind of your freedom!
Headquarters Kyiv, Ukraine
Key people General director - Mr. Vladimir Kamenchuk

Wind Rose Aviation company is Ukraine's first charter airline, the main activity of which is corporate, tourist and VIP flights organization and operation. Wind Rose Airlines is based out of Boryspil International Airport. Flight organization areas are Western Europe, Middle East, and Asia. Founded on 28 October 2003, the airline's headquarters is in Kiev, Ukraine. Wind Rose Aviation company operates charter flights from the major cities of Ukraine to Europe and the Middle East. Wind Rose Aviation company operates charter flights to various destinations, including Egypt, Turkey, Sri Lanka, United Arab Emirates, Austria, Bulgaria, Finland, Italy, Slovakia, the Netherlands, Montenegro, Greece, Thailand, Dominican Republic, Vietnam and the largest cities of Ukraine. The airline's fleet consists of five Airbus A321 aircraft, four Airbus A320 aircraft, and one long-haul Airbus A330 aircraft.


Since 2003, the 'Wind Rose' Airlines provided charter flights to Europe and the Middle East. Since 2006, regular flights to Moscow and Kaliningrad, Russia, were opened. In 2008 the company expanded its route network, then sharply reduced it.[1] By 2008,'Wind Rose' Airlines consider its main specialization - implementation of charter flights. Since 2010 and until now 'Wind Rose' airlines is licensed to operate regular flights, should the need arise. The airline was the first to carry out flights, basing its aircraft at various terminal airports in Ukraine. 'Wind Rose' Airlines is the first Ukrainian aviation company, that started operating new generation aircraft: Airbus A-321, Airbus A-320, Embraer ERJ-195, Airbus A-330 focusing primarily on the highest quality of passenger's on board service.


A Wind Rose Aviation Airbus A321.

Wind Rose Aviation operates charter flights to and from the following destinations (as of July 2014):[2]




 Dominican Republic


 Sri Lanka
 United Arab Emirates


 Bosnia and Herzegovina


The Windrose Airlines fleet includes the following aircraft (as of November 2014):[7]

Windrose Airlines Fleet
Aircraft In Fleet Seat Notes
Airbus A320-200 2 180
Airbus A321-200 5 218 Three leased to Airblue till May 2015
Airbus A330-200 1 330
Total 8


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