Ryanair cancels planned entry into Ukrainian market

Source : 112 Ukraine

The company noted that Boryspil airport took the side of the airlines with high tariffs
21:59, 10 July 2017


The Irish airline and low-coaster Ryanair cancelled the planned entry into the Ukrainian market. The press service of the company stated this as RBK-Ukraine reported.

'Ryanair announces about the cancellation of its planned entry into the Ukrainian market when the Kyiv airport did not fulfill the agreement that was made at the Ministry of Infrastructure with the officials of the airport and the Director General of the airport Mister Ryabikin this March', the message reported.

Moreover, the company noted that Boryspil took the side of the airlines with the high tariffs, including the International airlines of Ukraine and deprived the Ukrainians of the access to the cheap air tickets.

'In the result, Ryanair does not have another choice but to cancel four new Kyiv routes and seven new Lviv routes that will lead to the losses of more than 500 000 passengers and 400 working places', the company added.

Also, Ryanair presents the apologies to the clients who already booked the flights. Their losses will be recovered.

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.

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