FlixBus, the largest bus operator in Europe, has announced the launch of a new international bus service from Chernivtsi (Ukraine) to Wroclaw (Poland) on 4 June.
FlixBus announced this in a statement, the CFTS portal reports.
"The new line has the number 3232. Its full route is Chernivtsi – Kolomia – Ivano-Frankivsk – Lviv – Krakow – Katowice – Wroclaw. Krakow and Wroclaw are major FlixBus transport hubs, from where travelers can reach more than 100 European cities by bus," the statement said.
In addition, two FlixBus services international that were previously suspended will be relaunched in the first month of summer. They are the bus service No. 3222 Kyiv – Warsaw – Szczecin (which will resume on 3 June) and the bus service No. 3241 Chernivtsi – Warsaw (4 June).
Their route of the bus service No. 3222 is Kyiv – Zhytomyr – Rivne – Lutsk – Lublin – Warsaw – Lodz – Poznan - Gorzow Wielkopolski – Szczecin and the route of the bus service No. 3241 is Chernivtsi – Kolomia – Ivano-Frankivsk – Lviv – Lublin – Warsaw.
"We continue to develop the Ukrainian network both domestically and internationally. We are increasing our capacity in the direction of Poland. We are also restoring the network in Poland and throughout Europe. Thanks to our convenient transfer system, Ukrainian travelers can reach most European cities," said Michal Leman, FlixBus' managing director for Ukraine, Poland, and the Baltic states.
Buses will initially be operated on the three routes three times a week, but the frequency will increase over time.
"The Kyiv – Szczecin service will start running four times a week and the Chernivtsi – Warsaw and Chernivtsi –Wroclaw five times a week from 28 June," the company said.
As the CFTS portal reported earlier, FlixBus has announced the launch of the first fully branded domestic bus service in Ukraine on the Zatoka – Kyiv – Yasinia route.