According to the airline, resumption of flights will depend on the authorities’ decision to keep one country or another in the "green" zone or remove it.
The airline originally planned to resume these flights in November.
Lviv-Rome-Lviv flights are operated on Wednesdays and Sundays and Lviv-Milan-Lviv flights on Mondays and Fridays.
One Airbus A320 aircraft will be based at the Lviv airport.
The Wizz Air low-cost airline operated the first flight to the airport from Dortmund.
The opening of the base is scheduled for July 1.
The flight suspension is from March 24 to June 8.
The Hungarian low-cost airline began flying to a new Ukrainian airport on November 1-4.
The low-cost airline will begin flying to Ukraine’s fifth largest airport.
Flights from Odesa to Budapest, Berlin, Bratislava, and Polish cities will be launched.
In total, the frequency of flights will be reduced by 24 per week.
The number of jobs created in Ukraine by the airline will reach 140.
The airline has announced suspension of flights to a Ukrainian destination during the winter.
The airline continues to increase the passenger volume on its flights to/from Ukraine.
There are issues that the airline needs to resolve before re-launching the operation of its Ukrainian subsidiary.
The airline will operate flights to Krakow from both Ukrainian cities.
The company will increase its fleet in Ukraine to 20 Airbus A320 and A321 aircraft, which will be stationed at several bases in various regions of the country.
Lviv airport plans to handle 1.7 million passengers this year
The new flights will start from October
The first flight from Kharkiv will be performed on October 30