The Irish low-cost Air Company Ryanair can perform the flights from Ukraine earlier that it was planned. Petro Poroshenko, the President of Ukraine claimed this as 112 Ukraine broadcasted.
‘I do not exclude that the flights can begin earlier because, during the discussions with Ryanair CEO, he said me that the term is restricted by the supply of the new planes as Ryanair is the biggest low-cost company in the world on the number of the flights’, Poroshenko noted.
On March 23, the largest airport in Ukraine, the state-owned Boryspil and the Danylo Halytskyi “Lviv” airport signed agreements to operate Ryanair flights.
The President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko said that Ryanair would launch 15 flights from Ukraine to cities across Europe in October 2018, with tickets as cheap as €10 and an average airfare as low as €40. According to the Chief Executive Officer of Ryanair Michael O’Leary, the corporation is in the middle of negotiating the introduction of flights from four airports in Ukraine, apart from Boryspil and Lviv.