Ryanair, Irish low-cost airline, will start flights from Kyiv to four European points at the end of October. The new routes will connect Kyiv with London (Stansted airport), Manchester, Eindhoven and Stockholm. The directions were announced today in Kyiv by David O'Brien, Chief Commercial Officer of Ryanair.
The tickets will be sold for EUR 19,99. This offer will be accessible till the midnight of March, 16.
The flights from Kyiv to Eindhoven and Manchester will be performed three times a week, to Stockholm - four times a week and to London Stansted - five times a week. Ryanair considers to carry 250 thousand of passengers to/from Kyiv.
Ryanair will fly to Boryspil airport. "In some cities, we're flying to two airports. I do not exclude that in course of time we will fly both to Boryspil and Zhuliany airports", David O'Brien said.