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Ryanair, Swiss resume flights to Kyiv

Source : 112 Ukraine

June 21, Ryanair transported the first passengers from Barcelona to Boryspil
19:34, 21 June 2020
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On June 21, Ryanair airline and Swiss airline resumed regular flights to Boryspil Airport after a three-month break. It is reported by Avianews.

June 21, Ryanair transported the first passengers from Barcelona, ​​Swiss - from Zurich.

In June the Irish low-cost will serve three routes in Ukraine - from Barcelona, ​​Madrid, and Berlin to Kyiv twice a week.

As reported, in June, the Irish low-cost resumes more than 20 scheduled flights to/from Ukraine. Some selected routes will be available from the last week of June.
 
Related: UIA sets up laboratory for Covid-19 testing at Boryspil International Airport


Earlier Ukraine opened all checkpoints across the state border of Ukraine for air traffic.

From June 15, Ukrainians can fly without restrictions on the border to Albania, and the USA, will be subjected to 14 days quarantine in the UK, without restrictions on the border, and with testing after arrival will come to Turkey.

Also, from June 27, citizens of Ukraine will be able to fly to Tunisia with testing after arrival. And countries such as Cyprus, Montenegro, Georgia, Greece will consider opening borders after improving the epidemic situation in Ukraine from July 1.
 
 
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