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Trip to Ukraine: 15 routs from Europe with “Ryanair”

Ireland’s low-cost airline “Ryanair” confirmed the plan to launch flights from Ukraine – from Kyiv’s Boryspil and Lviv airports. 15 routs from Europe with “Ryanair” from autumn 2018 till spring 2019. 

“Ryanair” in October 2018 is to launch flights to 10 destinations from Kyiv and five from Lviv. 

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7 “Ryanair” routs – to Poland

Thus, the airlines will launch flights from Kyiv to:

Wroclaw (three flights a week),

Warsaw (four flights a week),

Krakow (three flights a week),

Poznan (two flights a week), 

Gdansk (two flights a week),

From Lviv to:

Krakow (three flights a week),

Warsaw (three flights a week), 

2 directions to Germany

“Ryanair” presents two routs from Lviv to:

Dusseldorf (three flights a week),

Memmingen (two flights a week). 

To London – 2 flights

To the capital of Great Britain “Ryanair” will fly from bouth cities:

From Kiev (five flights a week),

from Lviv (three flights a week). 

And final – four alluring directions

From Kyiv to:

Barcelona / Spain (four flights a week),

Bratislava / Slovenia (three flights a week),

Vilnius / Lithuania (flights a week),

Stockholm / Sweden (three flights a week).

Long negotiations

Earlier in March 2018, Ukrainian Infrastructure Minister Volodymyr Omelyan has confirmed about routs during a press briefing in Kiev the fact of negotiations with the “Ryanair”. More details were not specified, only it was definitely known that there will be routes to Poland. 

Why “Ryanair” said NO in 2017?

…because of “failure to honour a growth agreement”

Last year, in July, “Ryanair” announced the cancellation of its planned flights to Ukraine after Boryspil airport had violated the agreement achieved at the Infrastructure Ministry with the airport officials in March 2017.

The budget airline accused Kiev of choosing to “protect high-fare airlines, including the country’s largest carrier “Ukraine International Airlines”.

In 2017 “Ryanair” intended to fly from Kiev to London, Manchester, Eindhoven and Stockholm, and from Lviv to Berlin, Memmingen (Munich), Budapest, London, Wroclaw, Krakow and Eindhoven.

Other alternatives to UA today

Now Ukraine use the services of other low-flyers too. For example, “Wizz Air”.

Lowestoft prices are also available at “Ukraine International Airlines” (UIA). This company offers big discounts for clients, who buy a ticket 6-10 months before flights.