FlixBus, the largest bus operator in Europe, has begun selling tickets for its new international bus service from Kyiv to Warsaw, with stops in Zhytomyr, Rivne, and Radom (Poland).
The company announced this in a statement, the CFTS portal reports.
Kyiv-Warsaw buses will depart from the Kyiv bus station at 16:00 on Wednesdays and Saturdays and from Warsaw’s Warszawa Zachodnia bus station at 15:30 on Tuesdays.
According to FlixBus, the company has also developed a new tool that allows prospective passengers to check whether a bus is full immediately before booking a ticket. The relevant button is displayed on the company’s website and mobile application.
The company also listed the routes on which FlixBus buses currently operate in Ukraine. They include the following international destinations:
- Kyiv-Krakow-Prague (in partnership with Transtempo)
- Kyiv-Warsaw (in partnership with Transtempo)
- Kyiv-Vilnius (in partnership with Ollex)
- Kyiv-Krakow-Rostock (in partnership with Euroclub)
- Kyiv-Cologne (in partnership with Euroclub)
- Kyiv-Karlsruhe (in partnership with Euroclub)
- Kyiv-Stuttgart (in partnership with Euroclub)
- Kyiv-Budapest-Vienna (in partnership with Euroclub).
They also include the following domestic routes:
- Kyiv-Odesa-Zatoka (in partnership with Euroclub)
- Kyiv-Lviv (in partnership with Euroclub)
- Kyiv-Uzhhorod (in partnership with Euroclub).
As reported, sale of tickets for domestic bus services began in July this year.
Last month, FlixBus launched its first bus service from Ukraine to the Baltic States, where the company recently launched its first routes.