Europe’s largest low-cost air carrier, Ryanair will launch flights from Stansted airport (London) to Kyiv and Lviv (Ukraine) in September this year. That is actually sooner than the company intended to launch the flights – the respective announcement initially mentioned that they will start in November.
‘Ryanair will operate new services between London Stansted (…) and Kyiv (5 weekly), Lviv (2 weekly),’ reads the message at the company’s website. The air carrier also announced new flights to Denmark, Romania and the Czech Republic, which is ‘due to strong demand from UK consumers and visitors’.
Currently, there are available tickets from Kyiv Boryspil to London Stansted; the actual flight is scheduled for September 6. Special prices for flights in September and October start from € 24.99.
Last month, the company said it is to launch eleven new destinations from Kyiv (Stockholm, Manchester, London and Eindhoven) and Lviv (London, Eindhoven, Berlin, Wroclaw, Krakow, Budapest and Munich).