The Irish low-cost airline, Ryanair, will begin cooperation with the Odesa airport by launching four flights to Poland and Germany, the CFTS portal reports, citing a statement on the Odesa airport’s Facebook page.

Flights to Berlin have been added to the previously announced flights to Krakow, Wroclaw, and Katowice (Poland). All of these flights will be operated three times per week.

“The airline’s flight program begins with the launch of four new destinations: Krakow, Katowice, Wroclaw, and Berlin. Year-round flights to Krakow will begin in June, and it will be operated three times a week. Flights to Katowice, Wroclaw, and Berlin will begin in October, and it will be performed twice per week," the airport said in the statement.

As reported earlier, Odesa-Krakow flights will begin on June 16.

“The launch of four new destinations is only the beginning of our cooperation with Ryanair, and we are already actively working on the possibility of launching new flights to Germany, Spain, Greece, and other countries. One of our main priorities for the near future is to make travel even more accessible to Odesa residents and residents of the southern region,” Viacheslav Chehlatonev, the director of marketing and commerce at Odesa International Airport LLC, told a press conference.

As reported recently, Ryanair also plans to operate flights from Kharkiv to Krakow and Vilnius.

In addition, it was recently announced that the airline plans to launch flights from Kyiv to Valencia, which will become the airline’s third Spanish destination from the Ukrainian capital (after Barcelona and Madrid).