The Yanair airline is considering new destinations in Poland, including Gdansk and Wroclaw. The airline’s Commercial Director Taras Stryhunenko announced this in an interview with the CFTS portal.

"We are considering several options. They are Gdansk and Wroclaw. We consider Gdansk the most promising. I cannot yet announced a specific date," he said, adding that Yanair was also considering flights to Leipzig (Germany).

In general, according to Stryhunenko, demand for flights to Poland has increased significantly in recent years because of the presence of Ukrainian workers in the country and the availability of additional opportunities for transit flights to other countries.

Yanair has decided to concentrate on the largest regional airports because the UIA and LOT airlines are already well established on the route to Warsaw. Tickets for an Odesa-Krakow flight (May 22) have already gone on sale. There is also interest in launching flights from Kyiv to this Polish city (UIA currently operates flights on this route).

In addition, Yanair will begin operating flights between Kharkiv and Batumi on June 4 and between Lviv and Batumi on June 8.