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 company is leasing its first two aircraft.
The airline originally planned to resume these flights in November.
The company has confirmed that it will significantly reduce its flight capacity from mid-September to early October.
Lviv-Rome-Lviv flights are operated on Wednesdays and Sundays and Lviv-Milan-Lviv flights on Mondays and Fridays.
The Malta Air subsidiary, which was acquired in 2019, will operate the flights on behalf of Ryanair.
The low-cost airline performed its first flights from Italy to Ukraine on July 6.
One Airbus A320 aircraft will be based at the Lviv airport.
The opening of the base is scheduled for July 1.
Flights between the capitals of Ukraine and Sweden are available in the low-cost airline’s timetable only until the end of March.
The low-cost airline performed a flight from Krakow to the Kherson airport for the first time.
Lviv will be the fourth city in Ukraine to which the airline will operate flights.
FlixBus is very likely to begin operating buses branded in green livery in Ukraine.
The Hungarian low-cost airline began flying to a new Ukrainian airport on November 1-4.
Flights from Kherson to Austria are already available in the low-cost airline’s reservation system.
The low-cost airline will begin flying to Ukraine’s fifth largest airport.
The Italian airline company is interested in the domestic market.
The Irish low-cost airline will begin flying to another Ukrainian airport.
This is despite the fact that Ryanair will launch its own flight before Wizz Air.
Flights from Odesa to Budapest, Berlin, Bratislava, and Polish cities will be launched.