I guess the answer is no.............
You didn't exactly give us much time to respond!
Anyway, the answer is Yes.
I have been on 2 of their aircraft. An-24 UR
-46305 from Warsaw to Lvov and UR
-46383 from Lvov to Kiev Zhulyany.
The airline also operates Yak-42Ds, Il-76s and maybe a few odd others.
They are just the same as any of the "babyflots"... a regional division of the Soviet Aeroflot that became Air Ukraine when Ukraine got it's independence and then Air Ukraine was separated into the various 'home fleets'. One of them being Lvov Airlines.
Both aircraft were single class layout with a standard Russian style cabin. Nice big windows, but no window shades, just the usual white curtains. Seats were generally good. Enough leg room. No safety cards for me to have.
We got a full meal service (and a choice!) on both flights and full bar/drinks service. I can't remember exactly what the food was, but I have never had a problem with food on aircraft in the former USSR
or Eastern Europe. It does tend to be 'regional' tho, so you normally get the local sausage as part of it somewhere. Of course the WAW
-LWO flight was catered in Warsaw.
To tell you the truth, I don't know why people have hangups about the An-24. Sure the cabin didn't look 'brand new', the colours were very '70s.. but not overpowering. Light blues, light oranges etc.. The cabin feels quite bright compared to the Tu-154 for instance.
I think the An-24 is comparable to any other regional turboprop. No better, no worse. Have you been on an An-24 before?
As for the Airport, we have discussed it a few times on this forum so you can do a search. It's my all time favourite airport.. You walk to/from the terminal and your aircraft. More like a country mansion than an airport, very small and cosy, recently restored, well-kept gardens everywhere (including airside!).
Sorry I can't show you the pictures of the aircraft and airport. I don't have a scanner or place to host the photos.
I highly recommend you go to Ukraine, Lvov and fly with 5V. If you have any more questions, just ask.
p.s. Sorry to Slawko if I spell some things the wrong way ...