The low-cost airline Wizz Air is seriously considering the possibility of broadening its presence on the Ukrainian market. The airline’s CEO Jozsef Varadi announced this in an interview with the Polish portal fly4free.pl.
"We see that the situation in Ukraine is stabilizing and from the business point of view, we really like what is happening there," he said.
According to the head of Wizz Air, the airline made the decision to close its Ukrainian subsidiary not only because of the war in the country, but also because of the fall of the hryvnia and the fall in the number of passengers in Ukraine.
Varadi did not specify the time when Ukrainians can expect new flights or the routes. However, the low-cost airline will launch flights to London from the Romanian city of Suceava, which is located 80 kilometers from Chernivtsi, on 19 August.