Considering the plane crash on July 17, 2014 President of DCH Aleksandr Yaroslavsky expressed his willingness to help the relatives of the dead passengers and official diplomatic missions, which will arrive in Kharkiv. Businessman addressed a corresponding official letter to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and embassies of countries whose nationals were on board of the crashed plane, as well as to the heads of Regional Administration and Regional Council of Kharkiv.

The letter says that the Kharkiv Palace Hotel 5* in Kharkiv city, belonging to Aleksandr Yaroslavsky, will accommodate relatives of the victims and diplomats for free. In addition, businessman guarantees any necessary grant support to these categories of persons regarding the services of the International Airport “Kharkiv”, which is under the management of the DCH Group.

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Kharkiv Palace 5 * – the first and the only luxury+ class hotel in Kharkov. Built within the preparation of Kharkiv for Euro 2012 in less than 1.5 years. The total investments in the project by Alexander Yaroslavsky amounted to $126 million. Designed in the typical city style of constructivism. Types of rooms – 180 rooms, including three-bedroom Presidential Suite.

International Airport “Kharkiv” – one of the four largest airports in Ukraine. Completely renovated for Euro 2012. The total investments in the project by Alexander Yaroslavsky amounted to $107.2 million Size of runway – 2500x45m. The airport has two terminals: the new total area of ​​19,750 square meters, with a capacity of 650 passengers/hour, and VIP-terminal (renovated terminal building built in 1954), an area of ​​2000 square meters and a capacity of 250 people/hour.

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