Ryanair, the largest low-cost airline in Europe, will start operating flights to Kyiv in September, two months earlier than previously announced.

According to the company, it will perform five flights a week on the London (Stansted)-Kyiv route.

The Irish carrier did not specify the Kyiv airport that will handle the flights. Presumably, the Boryspil airport will handle the flights. However, a contract has not yet been signed because of legislative restrictions on the amount of discounts that can be granted to the airline.

Ryanair is selling tickets for GBP 24.99 for flights in September and October. These prices are available until midnight on April 17.

It was recently reported that Ryanair would also begin operating flights to the airport Lviv earlier then expected.