The Hungarian low-cost airline, Wizz Air, has announced that it will resume flights from Kyiv, Lviv, and Kharkiv to cities in Poland, Germany, Austria, Denmark, Estonia, Hungary, Italy, Portugal, Slovakia, and Lithuania in December 2020.

The airline announced this in a statement, the CFTS portal reports.

According to the statement, passengers will be able to book flights from Kyiv to Copenhagen, Pardubice, Billund, Vienna, Krakow, Lisbon, Hamburg, Budapest, Naples, Poznan, Bratislava, and Katowice in December.

The airline will also resume flights from Lviv to Berlin, Szczecin, Bratislava, Pardubice, and Vilnius, as well as from Kharkiv to Krakow, Dortmund, Vienna, Gdansk, and Wroclaw.

According to the airline, resumption of flights will depend on the authorities’ decision to leave one country or another in the "green" zone or remove it.

"If the airline is forced to cancel a flight, customers whose reservations are changed will automatically receive 120% reimbursement of the price of the original tickets in WIZZ credit, which can be used within 24 months of cancellation of a flight. Passengers can also choose cash refunds," the airline said.

As the CFTS reported earlier, Wizz Air has announced the expansion of its services to include charter flights. The company offers domestic and international flights both within and outside its existing route network.