The Boryspil and Lviv international airports have signed an agreement with the Irish low-cost airline Ryanair. The agreement was signed in the presence of President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko, the CFTS correspondent reports. The document was signed at the Boryspil international airport’s Terminal F on March, 23.
Tickets are already on sale on the airline's website, with prices starting at EUR 10.
As reported, Ryanair will start flying to/from Ukraine at the end of October. Flights from Kyiv to Barcelona will be operated four times per week and flights from the Boryspil airport to Bratislava will be operated three times per week. London-Kyiv flights will be operated five times per week, flights to Poznan two times per week, flights to Gdansk two times per week, flights to Warsaw four times per week, flights to Wroclaw and Krakow three times per week, and flights to Vilnius three times per week.
Flights from Stockholm-Skavsta to Kyiv will be operated three times per week, flights from Dusseldorf-Weets to Lviv three times per week, flights from Memmingen to Lviv two times per week, and flights to Warsaw three times per week.
Ryanair’s head Michael O'Leary has said that the airline will add other Ukrainian airports to its route network.