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22 new flights launched from Ukrainian airports

Most of them are conducted by Ryanair; Wizz Air, Tarom and Atlasglobal are on the list, too
10:31, 2 November 2018

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22 new flights began to operate in Ukrainian airports; 17 of those are conducted by Ryanair, with Wizz Air, Tarom and Atlasglobal joining in. President Petro Poroshenko posted this on Facebook.

'I dreamed of it, when last year, on June 11, we opened symbolic doors to Europe, when the visa-free regime was introduced. Now we expand the opportunities for Ukrainians to travel by competitive prices. The visa-free regime is active, and Europe becomes even closer and more available', Poroshenko wrote.

On October 17, the flight of Brussels Airlines was launched from Boryspil airport. 

On September 3, Ryanair launched the flight from Kyiv Boryspil to Berlin Schoenefeld.

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