Ryanair, an Irish low-cost airline, began performing the first of its previously announced flights from the Lviv airport on Tuesday. The flight is between Krakow and Lviv, the CFTS portal reports.
According to the Lviv airport’s Director Tetiana Romanovska, the airline’s flights from both Krakow and Lviv were almost 100% full.
The Lviv-Krakow flights will be operated three times per week: on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. They will depart from Lviv at 09:35 and depart from Krakow at 07:10.
The airline was scheduled to launch flights to Warsaw (Modlin), Düsseldorf (Weeze), and Memmingen on October 31.
On Mondays, Ryanair’s flights from Lviv to Warsaw will depart at 09:30 and the return flight will depart at 07:10; on Wednesdays, they will depart from Lviv at 09:40 and the return flight will depart at 09:45; on Sundays, they will depart from Lviv at 12:15 and the return flight at 09:45.
Flights to Düsseldorf will be operated on Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays. They will depart from the Ukrainian city at 09:40 and depart from Weeze at 07:10.
Lviv-Memmingen flights will be operated on Wednesdays and Sundays. They will depart from Lviv at 14:50 and depart from Memmingen at 11:30, local time.
Ryanair’s flights from Lviv to London (Stansted) will begin on November 2. The flights will be performed three times per week. On Mondays, they will depart from Lviv at 13:40 and the return flights will depart from London at 08:35. On Fridays and Sundays, they will depart from Lviv at 11:55 and the return flights will depart from London at 06:40.