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.
Europe’s largest low-cost airline now operates flights from four Ukrainian cities.
The low-cost airline’s network of routes between the two countries will soon reach 16.
Cooperation between the Irish low-cost airline and the Odesa airport will begin with flights to two European countries.
The number of jobs created in Ukraine by the airline will reach 140.
The low-cost airline will launch more flights from Ukraine to German cities.
The CFTS has compiled information on all new flights opened by low-cost airlines in Ukraine in 2018. Our infographic review included Ryanair, Wizz Air, Pegasus and Ernest airlines.
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.
The Austrian low-cost airline will begin performing flights on the Kyiv-Vienna route.
There are issues that the airline needs to resolve before re-launching the operation of its Ukrainian subsidiary.
The airline considers flights to the Israeli resort town of Eilat a future possibility.
The aircraft arrived at the Zhulyany airport on November 29.
The Boeing 737-800, which was manufactured in 2013, was issued a Ukrainian tail number on November 22.
The flights will begin in June 2019.
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.
The low-cost airline will operate flights from Ukraine to 22 destinations in the summer.
In connection with this, the company has decided to created the position of technical director in Ukraine.