Planes will take off from Kyiv to Barcelona, Bratislava, Gdańsk, Kraków, London Stansted, Poznań, Stockholm, Vilnius, Warsaw, Wrocław. And from Lviv to Düsseldörp, Kraków, London Stansted, Memmingen and Warsaw.
The company plans to transport 800,000 passengers.
As to the winter schedule four flights will be set from Kyiv to Barcelona per week, three to Bratislava, two to Gdańsk, three to Kraków, five to London Stansted, two to Poznań, three to Stockholm, three to Vilnius, four to Warsaw and three to Wrocław.
Flights are planned to be set from Lviv to Düsseldörp – three times a week, three to Kraków, three to London Stansted, two to Memmingen and three to Warsaw.
According to Michael O’Leary, Ryanair CEO, they are going to increase the number of flights to 30-30 in a year, year and a half.
As we reported today the direction of Boryspil and Lviv airports signed the agreements on the beginning of flights with Irish low-cost Ryanair Company. It is expected that the flights from Kyiv and Lviv will take place in October 2018 and Ryanair will transport about one million of the passengers, including 40% of the Europeans during the first year of the work.