Ryanair to resume half of flights from Ukraine in summer

Source : 112 Ukraine

Almost all flights will be taking place twice a week
17:30, 26 May 2020


Irish low-coster Ryanair plans to resume half of the flights from Ukraine. The company also wants to re-boot flights in 17 destinations this autumn, reports Avianews.

24 of 47 Ukrainian routes will be restored. Another six destinations are completely removed from the sale.

15 of 25 routes will be departing from Kyiv in summer; three of seven from Lviv (western Ukraine), four of seven from Odesa (southern Ukraine), one of five from Kharkiv (northeastern Ukraine), and one of three will be departing from Kherson (southern Ukraine).

The company seized tickets for six destinations; four flights from Kyiv and Lviv (two from each city), and one each from Kherson and Kharkiv.

Related: Ryanair plans to increase Ukrainian passenger traffic by 33% in 2020

Almost all flights will be taking place twice a week. The flights from Kyiv to Pathos and Valencia will be performed once a week; those from Lviv to Dusseldorf will be performed once a week, too. Ryanair flights will be performed from Kyiv to Vienna three times a week. Those from Kyiv to Stuttgart are supposed to fly four times a week.

Related: UIA, Wizz Air and Ryanair cancel flights on numerous destinations

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