Ryanair intends to launch its 17th route from Ukraine to Italy between Lviv and Pisa in summer 2021, according to information in the airline’s booking system, the CFTS portal reports, citing the Avianews website.

The flights will begin on March 30, 2021. Two flights will be operated per week (on Tuesdays and Saturdays).

According to the report, the flights are subject to approval by the regulatory authorities. However, tickets are already on sale at the price of EUR 26 for a one-way ticket (including a small piece of hand luggage with dimensions up to 40x25x20 centimeters without weight restrictions).

The Malta Air subsidiary, which was acquired in 2019, will operate the flights on behalf of Ryanair.

As the CFTS portal reported earlier, Ryanair has announced five new routes from Ukraine to Italy for 2021. All the new routes are from Lviv. Ryanair intends to fly to Bari, Naples, Palermo, Turin, and the Treviso airport near Venice on a bi-weekly basis.

Ryanair launched 11 routes between Ukraine and Italy with a total frequency of 28 flights per week in early July, having obtained permission from the Italian aviation regulator ENAC. They include flights from Kyiv to Bergamo, Catania, Bologna, and Rome; from Odesa and Lviv to Bergamo, Bologna, and Rome; from Kharkiv to Bergamo.