The Wizz Air low-cost airline has announced the launch of new routes linking Ukraine and the European Union.
According to the company, it will launch flights from Lviv to the Berlin Schonefeld airport, as well flights from the Kyiv (Zhulyany) airport to the Poznan, Lublin, and Frankfurt-Khan airports in the summer.
Tickets for the new flights are already on sale at the price of UAH 579 one-way, including taxes, fees, and small hand luggage.
The number of seats available at this ticket price is limited: tickets can be purchased only on the wizzair.com website or via the Wizz mobile application.
As reported, the Poznan airport’s Director Mariusz Wiatrowski recently said that new flights would soon be launched from Poznan to Ukraine. Wiatrowski said not only Wizz Air, but also Ryanair, might launch such flights.