The Aigle Azur airline (France) has announced that it expects to operate more than three flights per week in Ukraine. This will be possible in the future if there is sufficient passenger traffic.

The Aigle Azur airline’s President and CEO Frantz Yvelin announced this to reporters in Kyiv, the CFTS correspondent reports.

“We have plans for long-term operations in Ukraine. We are hoping that there will be more than three flights a week in the future... My priority now is to fill three flights a week,” said Yvelin. “You have to understand what we are offering not just direct flights between Kyiv and Paris, but we are also offering convenient connections for flights around the world."

As the CFTS portal reported, Aigle Azur announced the launch of Paris-Kyiv flights in January. Flights to Ukraine will be operated from Orly Airport from April 18. Ticket prices starts from EUR 274 in both directions, which includes only hand luggage weighing up to 10 kilograms.