‘Boryspil Airport is ready for any audit of the negotiation process with the low-coster Ryanair concerning the economic efficiency, the reasonableness of the stand of the airport’s management, juridical ethics and non-discrimination of other partners of the airport from the point of view of the legislation on security of the economic competition’, Boryspil claimed.
Moreover, the director of the airport publicly claimed that he is ready to take responsibility for all decisions made in the negotiation process with the air company and urges to redirect the talks in the economy area and not political area.
The Prime Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Groysman assigned the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine and the Anti-Monopoly Committee of Ukraine to estimate the negotiation process with Ryanair. Also, he claimed that the talks with the Irish Air Company will be restored.
Ryanair canceled the planned entry into the Ukrainian market on July 10. The company noted that Boryspil took the side of the airlines with the high tariffs, including the International Airlines of Ukraine. The Director General of Boryspil Pavlo Ryabikin airport accused Ryanair in the political pressure to sign the contract. According to him, Boryspil can meet with losses in the sum of 77 million of dollars in the result of Ryanair's ultimatum.
The Minister of Infrastructure of Ukraine Volodymyr Omelyan claimed that the management of Boryspil intentionally crumbed the deal with Ryanair. The minister will introduce the submission on dismissing of the director of the Boryspil airport Pavlo Ryabikin for the consideration of the Parliament.