"From 05.24.2020 Kyiv - 7 flights a week, from 05.25.2020 Odesa - 3 flights a week," the Czech Airlines said in a statement.
Hungarian Wizz Air has been preparing for flights since May 23 and has already opened tickets for booking on flights from Kyiv (Zhulyany), Zaporizhya, Lviv, Odesa and Kharkiv.
And the German Lufthansa is ready to start work on June 1. However, booking tickets from Kyiv is now possible only to Berlin.
We recall that lockdown in Ukraine was extended until May 22, but from 11 quarantine restrictions will gradually weaken.
Kuleba noted that many European countries, which were powerful tourist destinations, "were wondering how to handle it all."
"There will be no full-fledged resumption of international flights during the summer. Yes, things are not ever going back to the way they were, this will not be the case," Kuleba said.
As we reported earlier, according to Head of Ukraine's State Agency of Development of Tourism Mariana Oleskiv, ‘health passports’ may appear in Ukraine if they are introduced in the world and if they are recommended by the WHO.
“If it is introduced in the world and recommended by the World Health Organization, it will be also implemented in Ukraine. But to do it, the whole world should understand which test is considered to be reasonable and how much advance it should be held, but there are no answers yet and any country has a clear procedure of issuance of such passports,” she said.