The Ryanair low-cost airline (Ireland) will launch four new flights from Kyiv to cities in Germany from October 2019.
According to the company, it will launch new flights from Kyiv to Dusseldorf Weeze, Frankfurt Hahn, Karlsruhe Baden-Baden, and Nuremburg, the CFTS portal reports.
Tickets for Kyiv-Düsseldorf flights will be available for booking on the carrier's website from October 20. Flights on the Kyiv-Frankfurt route will also begin on that day. Both flights will be operated twice a week – on Thursdays and Sundays.
The first flights from Boryspil to Karlsruhe Baden-Baden and Nuremberg will be performed on October 21. The frequency of the flights will also be twice per week and both will be performed on Mondays and Fridays.
"These new low-fare routes will be ideal for customers travelling for either business or leisure as we continue to expand our Ukrainian network, underlining our commitment to growing Ukrainian traffic, routes, and tourism," Ryanair’s Chief Commercial Officer David O’Brien said.
“We are pleased with our partners’ route destinations expansion, since it provides Ukrainian people with more opportunities to travel abroad. We hope that this development will also increase the flow of foreign guests to Ukraine,” the Boryspil airport’s General Director Pavlo Riabikin said.
This brings the total number of the low-cost airline’s destinations from Ukraine for which tickets are already available for booking to 26.
As reported earlier, O'Brien announced the launch of new Ryanair flights from Kyiv to Manchester, Athens, Sofia, and Paphos from April 2019 and from Dublin to Kyiv from May while visiting Kyiv last November.
The company currently operates flights to 17 European cities from two Ukrainian airports – Kyiv’s Boryspil airport and the Lviv airport.