Lufthansa air company plans to resume international flights from the Ukrainian capital, Kyiv. The flights will be performed three times a week, the company's press office reports.
"Since early June, Lufthansa will be offering flights from Kyiv to Frankurt again", reads the message.
The flights will be performed on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Tickets are already available.
Czech Airlines and Wizz Air companies also planned to resume flights in late May-early June.
On May 12, there was a report that almost 600 Ukrainians were evacuated from Baku, London, Rome and Tel-Aviv; they arrived in Boryspil airport.
On May 13, two flights from Amsterdam and Athens with 287 Ukrainians aboard successfully landed at Boryspil International Airport.
As we reported earlier, 10-15% of Ukrainians have returned from Europe during the quarantine. They are waiting for the restoration of the transport traffic between the countries in order to go to work abroad.
“The majority of the Ukrainian stays there. But even the number of those who returned just waits for the restoration of the interstate transport traffic – buses, trains – to go to work abroad and earn money there,” President of Ukrainian Association of Companies on International Recruitment Vasyl Voskobiynyk said.