The biggest low-cost airline of Europe Ryanair has officially announced about start of work in Ukraine. This was reported by the company’s director David O'Brien at the press conference.
“Ukraine will be the 34th country of Ryanair network,” he said.
According to him, last year the company transported 120 million passengers and plans to increase that number to 200 million.
Ryanair will be working with the airports of Kyiv and Lviv. Four flights from these cities will be transporting passengers to European countries.
The company will conduct flights starting from October 29, 2017. The tickets will cost from 20 euros. The sale of tickets on Ryanair site has already started.
Earlier it was reported that Irish low-cost airline Ryanair to operate in Ukraine from March 15. The joint press conference of Minister of Infrastructure Volodymyr Omelyan and Chief Commercial Officer David O’Brien is also planned for March 15.