Ryanair Aiming To Transport 1 Million Passengers In First Year Of Operation In Ukraine

29 March 2018 10:51

The Ryanair airline aims to transport 1 million passengers in its first year of operation on the Ukrainian market. President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko announced this in an address before the signing ceremony of an agreement with Ryanair, the CFTS correspondent reports.

However, a slightly lower passenger volume was indicated in a press release that was distributed to journalists during the ceremony: 250,000 passengers from/to Lviv and 550,000 from/to Boryspil.

In total, the airline will perform 32 flights from/to Ukraine per week.

In addition, the press release states that ticket prices will start at EUR 19.99. However, according to the airline’s head Michael O'Leary, ticket prices will start at EUR 10.

The airline will start operating flights in October.

Routes from Kyiv:

Kyiv - Barcelona

Kyiv - Bratislava

Kyiv - Gdansk

Kyiv - Vilnius

Kyiv - Cracow

Kyiv - London (Stansted)

Kyiv - Poznan

Kyiv - Wroclaw

Kyiv - Stockholm (Skavsta)

Kyiv - Warsaw (Modlin).

Routes from Lviv:

Lviv - Dusseldorf

Lviv - Krakow

Lviv - London (Stansted)

Lviv - Memmingen

Lviv - Warsaw (Modlin).