Famous Irish low-cost air company Ryanair is about to launch the first flight from Ukraine. Kyiv-Berlin flight is slated for Monday, September 3. Interfax-Ukraine news agency reported that with reference to Boryspil international airport.
The aircraft will head from Boryspil airport to Berlin Schoenefeld; from now on, this particular flight will be serviced four times a week.
Ryanair offers flights from Kyiv to six cities in Poland (Warsaw, Krakow, Gdansk, Poznan, Vilnius, Wroclaw and Bydgoszcz), as well as to certain destinations in Germany, Lithuania, Spain, Slovakia, the UK and Sweden. Lviv will be servicing flights, which connect the Ukrainian city with some destinations in Germany, Poland and the United Kingdom.
The air company plans to serve up to 800,000 passengers annually.
As we reported earlier, in March this year, Ryanair set ten new routes from Kyiv, five of them – from Lviv, as the representatives of Boryspil airport press-office stated.
Planes will take off from Kyiv to Barcelona, Bratislava, Gdańsk, Kraków, London Stansted, Poznań, Stockholm, Vilnius, Warsaw, Wrocław. Lviv will be connected with Düsseldorf, Kraków, London Stansted, Memmingen and Warsaw.