Only tickets for flights from Kyiv, Lviv, and Odesa are available in the airline’s booking system.
The low-cost airline will operate flights on 13 new routes from Ukraine in the summer.
The air carrier currently has no aircraft based in the country.
The company has confirmed that it will significantly reduce its flight capacity from mid-September to early October.
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.
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.
Flights from Kherson to Austria are already available in the low-cost airline’s reservation system.
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.
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.