The Ryanair low-cost airline will launch flights from Lviv to Berlin in September 2017 and not in October, as previously planned, because of high demand from Ukrainians. The Delo publication reported this, citing information from the airline.

Ryanair will fly on this route twice a week. The cheapest tickets will cost UAH 579 (EUR 19.99) in September and October. Ticket reservations will begin at midnight on 11 April.

According to Ryanair’s sales and marketing manager for Central and Eastern Europe Olga Pavlenko, the Lviv-Berlin route will be the first in the winter flight program.

The company said that its German passengers could expect even lower fares.

As reported, Ryanair will fly from Lviv to Krakow, Wroclaw, Budapest, Berlin, Eindhoven, Memmingen, and London (Stansted).