The Group E fixture was moved 185 miles east of Poltava to the capital's Olympic Stadium, with parts of Ukraine under martial law as political tensions with Russian Federation continue to rise.
It is unclear if the match could be postponed or if Vorskla would forfeit the game, which would eliminate them from the Europa League with one match to go.
"They need to take minutes in matches like today".
The inconvenience - as well as a technical issue with their plane and the team bus breaking down just outside the stadium - did little to knock Arsenal off their stride as youngsters Emile Smith Rowe and Joe Willock scored either side of an Aaron Ramsey penalty to seal a 3-0 win in temperatures which dipped to minus 10 degrees.
Vorskla Poltava v Arsenal: Hosts throw doubt on Arsenal game going ahead
Vorskla offered little in reply as their hopes of reaching the last 32 ended with a whimper, with Arsenal expending minimal energy en route to the victory ahead of Sunday's North London derby against Tottenham Hotspur.
Arsenal are set to hold a pre-match press conference in Kiev - which is 185 miles (300km) west of Poltava - on Wednesday evening, while Thursday's match is scheduled to kick off at 17:55 GMT.
Ainsley Maitland-Niles drew the first save from Bogdan Shust soon before the opening goal, which was sacked into an empty net by Smith Rowe after Eddie Nketiah's barraging run into the box forced Artur to poke the ball away from the hands of his own goalkeeper.
That early work was undone as Smith Rowe handed Arsenal an 11th-minute lead, turning home at the back-post after smart work from both Ramsey and Nketiah.
"He's taken confidence and responsibility and steps with us", he said. This decision concerns the match FC Vorskla and Arsenal FC.More news: Donald Trump says doesn't believe own government's climate warning