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.
The Kharkiv airport’s general director Volodymyr Vasylchenko discusses promising destinations from the Kharkiv airport, negotiations with airlines, and the expected passenger traffic in 2019 in an interview with the CFTS portal.
Cooperation between the Irish low-cost airline and the Odesa airport will begin with flights to two European countries.
The low-cost airline will launch more flights from Ukraine to German cities.
The Austrian low-cost airline will begin performing flights on the Kyiv-Vienna route.
The airline considers flights to the Israeli resort town of Eilat a future possibility.
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.
The first low-cost flight to Krakow was almost 100% full.
The Berlin-Kyiv route is Ryanair's first one to Ukraine.
Ryanair will start flying to/from Ukraine at the end of October.
The airline will perform 32 flights from/to Ukraine per week.
Ryanair consider new destinations to Ukraine for a long-term prospects.
The low-cost airline previously planned to enter the Ukrainian market last autumn.
Flights from Ukraine to Poland will definitely be launched
The negotiations with Ryanair lasted only three to four months
Negotiations with the Ryanair airline are continuing
Ryanair Sun will have a fleet of five Boeing 737-800 aircraft.
Low-cost airlines should come to the Ukrainian market