It is known that the ban on flights will last until July 28. Flights, which are mostly used by Ukrainian workers, have proved popular.
According to Avainews, the carrier's reservation system’s information and airport data indicate that Wizz Air has stopped flights to Tallinn from Kyiv, Lviv, and Kharkiv.
It is worth noting that the airline performed the last flight from Kyiv to Estonia on July 6, and from Lviv and Kharkiv - on July 4.
As we reported earlier, a low-cost carrier Ryanair has resumed regular flights from Italy to Ukraine.
"Ryanair made its first regular flight from Italy to Ukraine on July 6, delivering passengers from Bergamo to Boryspil Airport," the statement said.
The company's plans also include commencing flights from Rome to Kyiv, from Bologna to Lviv, from Bergamo and Bologna to Odesa, from Bergamo to Kharkiv.
That is why Ryanair is going to expand its route network from Italy to Ukraine with 11 destinations.