The Ryanair airline will stop operating flights on the Kyiv-Stockholm (Skavsta) route from April this year.

This is stated in information in the low-cost airline’s ticket reservation system, the CFTS portal reports. March 27 is the last date on which a ticket for a flight to this destination can be bought.

As reported earlier, flights to the capital of Sweden were among the first that the Irish low-cost airline launched from Ukraine in 2018.

It was announced in early December 2019 that Ryanair would close its bases in Stockholm and Nuremberg due to delays in delivery of Boeing 737 MAX aircraft.

As the CFTS portal reported earlier, as in the case with Kyiv-Stockholm flights, tickets for Kyiv-Nuremberg flights are not available for booking on Ryanair’s website after March 27.