Ukraine

         

OVAL : UA




Passenger series
Trailer series
Commercial and state owned series
Diplomatic series
Transit series
Pictures of the entire code list

Passenger series

Ukraine

Current passenger series since March 2004 in black on white.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by four numerals and two letters.
The first two letters denote the region (oblast) where AA stands for Kiev.
Left of the plate is a blue-yellow band (as the Ukrainian flag) with UA below the national coat-of-arms.
Only letters common to Cyrillic and western alphabets are used.


Ukraine

Former passenger series issued between 1995 and February 2004 in black on white.
The registration consists of three numerals, a hyphen, two numerals and two letters.
To the left is the national flag above two small numerals that denote the district, where 13 stands for Luhans’k.
Only letters common to Cyrillic and western alphabets are used.


Ukraine

Former passenger series issued between 1995 and February 2004, two-line plate in black on white.
The registration consists of five numerals above two letters.
Bottom left is the national flag above two small numerals that denote the district, where 13 stands for Luhans’k.
Only letters common to Cyrillic and western alphabets are used.


Ukraine

Former passenger series issued between 1993 and 1994 in black on white.
The registration consists of one smaller letter, followed by four numerals and two letters.
The last two letters denote the region where IC stands for Chernivtsi.
Left of the registration is a separate panel with the oval UA in black below the national flag.


Trailer series

Ukraine

Current trailer series since March 2004 in black on white.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by four numerals and XX.
The first two letters denote the region (oblast) where AA stands for Kiev City.
Left of the plate is a blue-yellow band (as the Ukrainian flag) with UA below the national coat-of-arms.
Only letters common to Cyrillic and western alphabets are used.


Ukraine

Former trailer series issued between 1995 and February 2004 in black on white.
The registration consists of five numerals above two letters, lower corners are always cut away.
The two letters denote the district where AM stands for Luhans’k.
Only letters common to Cyrillic and western alphabets are used.


Ukraine

Former trailer series issued between 1995 and February 2004 in black on white.
The registration consists of five numerals above two letters, lower corners are always cut away.
The two letters denote the district where AM stands for Luhans’k.
Only letters common to Cyrillic and western alphabets are used.


Ukraine

Former trailer series issued between 1995 and February 2004 in black on white.
The registration consists of five numerals above two letters, lower corners are always cut away.
The two letters denote the district where MH stands for Chernihiv.
Only letters common to Cyrillic and western alphabets are used.


Ukraine

Former trailer series issued between 1995 and February 2004 in black on white.
The registration consists of five numerals above two letters, lower corners are always cut away.
The two letters denote the district where OH stands for Kirovohrad.
Only letters common to Cyrillic and western alphabets are used.
Note the SU oval at the right hand side of the picture.


Commercial and state owned series

Ukraine

Former commercial and state owned series (originally USSR) issued between 1980 and 1992 in black on white.
The registration consists of four numerals, followed by three letters.
The first two letters denote the district where KX stands for Kiev.
For vehicles travelling outside the country, only letters common to Cyrillic and western alphabets are used.


Ukraine

Former commercial and state owned series (originally USSR) issued between 1980 and 1992 in black on white.
The registration consists of four numerals, above three letters.
The first two letters denote the district where BH stands for Volyn.
For vehicles travelling outside the country, only letters common to Cyrillic and western alphabets are used.


Diplomatic series

Ukraine

Current diplomatic series since 2004 in black on white.
The registration consists of the letter D, followed by three numerals and three numerals.
The first three numerals denote the embassy where 199 is an unknown code.


Ukraine

Current diplomatic series since 2004 in black on white.
The registration consists of the letter D, followed by three numerals and three numerals.
The first three numerals denote the embassy where 012 stands for Israel.


Transit series

Ukraine

Current transit series issued since 2005 in white on red.
The registration consists of two smaller numerals, followed by two letters and four numerals.
The two smaller letters denote the region where 11 stands for Kiev city.
Left of the plate is a blue-yellow band (as the Ukrainian flag) with UA below the national coat-of-arms.


Ukraine

Current transit series issued since 2005 in white on red.
The registration consists of two smaller numerals, followed by two letters and four numerals.
The two smaller letters denote the region where 11 stands for Kiev city.
Left of the plate is a blue-yellow band (as the Ukrainian flag) with UA below the national coat-of-arms.


Ukrainian district codes (followed by their main town) used since March 2004.

  • AK
  •       Crimea       Simferopol
  • AB
  •       Vinnitsa       Vinnitsa
  • AC
  •       Volyn       Lutsk
  • AE
  •       Dnepropetrovsk       Dnepropetrovsk
  • AH
  •       Donetsk       Donetsk
  • AM
  •       Zhitomir       Zhitomir
  • AO
  •       Zakarpatsk       Uzhgorod
  • AP
  •       Zaporozhe       Zaporozhe
  • AT
  •       Ivano-Frankovsk       Ivano-Frankovsk
  • AI
  •       Kiev       Oblast
  • AA
  •       Kiev       City
  • BA
  •       Kirovograd       Kirovograd
  • BB
  •       Lugansk       Lugansk
  • BC
  •       Lvov       Lvov
  • BE
  •       Nikolayev       Nikolayev
  • BH
  •       Odessa       Odessa
  • BI
  •       Poltava       Poltava
  • BK
  •       Rovno       Rovno
  • BM
  •       Sumy       Sumy
  • BO
  •       Ternopol       Ternopol
  • AX
  •       Kharkov       Kharkov
  • BT
  •       Kherson       Kherson
  • BX
  •       Khmelnitskiy       Khmelnitskiy
  • CA
  •       Cherkassy       Cherkassy
  • CB
  •       Chernigov       Chernigov
  • CE
  •       Chernovtsy       Chernovtsy
  • CH
  •       Sevastopol       City


    Ukrainian district codes (followed by their main town) issued between 1995 and February 2004.
    Pictures of the entire code list

  • 01
  •       Crimea       Simferopol
  • 02
  •       Vinnitsa       Vinnitsa
  • 03
  •       Volyn       Lutsk
  • 04
  •       Dnepropetrovsk       Dnepropetrovsk
  • 05
  •       Donetsk       Donetsk
  • 06
  •       Zhitomir       Zhitomir
  • 07
  •       Zakarpatsk       Uzhgorod
  • 08
  •       Zaporozhe       Zaporozhe
  • 09
  •       Ivano-Frankovsk       Ivano-Frankovsk
  • 10
  •       Kiev       Oblast
  • 11
  •       Kiev       City
  • 12
  •       Kirovograd       Kirovograd
  • 13
  •       Lugansk       Lugansk
  • 14
  •       Lvov       Lvov
  • 15
  •       Nikolayev       Nikolayev
  • 16
  •       Odessa       Odessa
  • 17
  •       Poltava       Poltava
  • 18
  •       Rovno       Rovno
  • 19
  •       Sumy       Sumy
  • 20
  •       Ternopol       Ternopol
  • 21
  •       Kharkov       Kharkov
  • 22
  •       Kherson       Kherson
  • 23
  •       Khmelnitskiy       Khmelnitskiy
  • 24
  •       Cherkassy       Cherkassy
  • 25
  •       Chernigov       Chernigov
  • 26
  •       Chernovtsy       Chernovtsy
  • 27
  •       Sevastopol       City


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