Irish-based Ryanair low-cost airline has begun operating flights between airports in Italy and Ukraine. The airline performed the first two such flights on July 6.
A flight from Milan (Bergamo) arrived at the Boryspil airport at 11:20 on July 6, the CFTS portal reports.
A flight carrying 134 passengers from Bologna arrived at the Lviv airport at 14:00 on the same day.
According to the Avianews website, Ryanair also planned to operate flights from Rome to Kyiv, from Milan (Bergamo) to Kharkiv and Odesa, and from Bologna to Odesa on the same day.
As reported earlier, the Irish low-cost airline has begun selling tickets for flights on 11 routes between Ukraine and Italy.
These are flights to/from the Boryspil airport to Rome (Fiumicino) five times per week, Milan (Bergamo) four times per week, Bologna three times per week, and Catania three times per week; from Lviv to Rome two times per week, Milan two times per week, and Bologna three times per week; from Odesa to Rome, Milan, and Bologna (two flights per week); from Kharkiv to Milan (2 flights per week).