"Ryanair made its first regular flight from Italy to Ukraine on July 6, delivering passengers from Bergamo to Boryspil Airport," the statement said.
In addition, 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.
In the coming days, Ryanair will expand its route network from Italy to Ukraine with 11 destinations, in which it plans to operate 28 flights a week.
As we reported earlier, on July 1, the Hungarian low-cost airline Wizz Air opened a second base in Ukraine with a location at the Lviv Danylo Halytskyi International Airport.
The Ministry of Infrastructure stated that the opening of Wizz Air's new facility would bring Lviv more than 100 million dollars of investment in 2020 and would create more than 30 jobs.
It was also noted that the company would operate five new flights from Western Ukraine to several European cities in July.