The Ryanair airline (Ireland) intends to carry half a million passengers on routes between Ukrainian and Polish cities in 2019.
The press service of Europe’s largest low-cost airline announced this to the CFTS portal.
"Ryanair began flying from Poland to eight destinations in Ukraine in winter 2018. We will grow as a whole to 16 routes and transport more than 500,000 customers between the two countries this year," the airline said.
As reported earlier, Ryanair began flying to Ukraine’s third city – Kharkiv – on June 17. It operates flights to the Polish city of Krakow from there. Flights from Kharkiv to Poznan will begin on October 27.
The low-cost airline will fly from Odesa to five destinations in Poland: Poznan, Krakow, Wroclaw, Katowice, and Gdansk.
The airline is already flying from Lviv to Krakow and Warsaw.
Ryanair operates most flights between Ukraine and Poland from Kyiv’s Boryspil airport. It has launched flights to six destinations from Kyiv, and it has announced flights to one more destination. Flights to Bydgoszcz, Gdansk, Krakow, Warsaw, Poznan, and Wroclaw are currently performed. Flights to Katowice will be added on October 30.