Previously, Ryanair did not carry out flights to Italy, but now it has opened flights to Rome, Milan, Bologna and Catania from Kyiv, Lviv, Kharkiv, and Odesa.
For example, tickets to Rome start at 43 euros and to Milan - from 41 euros. Tickets can only be booked for a few flights in July.
Meanwhile, Ukraine International Airlines (UIA) and SkyUp Airlines will conduct more than 30 evacuation flights starting from June 3 to June 15.
As we reported earlier, Ukraine International Airlines Company (UIA) will dismiss 900 employees due to the quarantine measures in the country which led to the closure of all international flights.
“Currently, the management of the company assumes all possible measures for cost-saving and income generation from one-time flights. Our goal is to keep the company and the key staff, particularly, flight personnel. To our great regret, the significant decrease of the volumes of the activity of the air company led to the forcible downsizing of 900 highly professional UIA employees,” the message said.