RYANAIR enters the Ukrainian market and will fly from Kiev and Lviv
On 23 March 2018, RYANAIR announced the flights from Kiev and Lviv, Ukraine, which will be inaugurated in the winter season 2018-2019.
On 23 March 2018, RYANAIR has announced its entry into the Ukrainian market, the 36 country network, and the opening of 15 new routes from Kiev and Lviv. The flights will be inaugurated in October 2018.
RYANAIR enters the Ukrainian market
The RYANAIR plan is to transport up to 800 000 passengers in the first year of flights to / from Ukraine. 15 new routes from Kiev and Lviv will be inaugurated.
It will open 10 new routes from Kiev: Barcelona (4 / week) Bratislava (3 / week) Gdansk (2 / week) Krakow (3 / week) London Stansted (5 / week) Poznan (2 / week) Stockholm (3 / week) Vilnius (3 / week) Warsaw (4 / week) and Wroclaw (3 / week).
They will also be inaugurated NO LIVE routes from Lviv towards Dusseldorf (3 / week) Krakow (3 / week) London Stansted (3 / week) Memmingen (2 / week) and Warsaw (3 / week).
15 new routes from Kiev and Lviv
Those wishing to travel on these routes can book tickets at 19.99 EURO / segment fares. The offer is valid until 26 March 2018. Flights can be made between October 2018 - March 2019.
Minister of Infrastructure Volodymyr Omelyan said: “Ryanair entry into Ukraine is the most important event for the national airspace for the last 20 years.
Europe's largest low-cost airline starts operations at Boryspil International Airport (Kiev) and Lviv Danylo Halytskyi International Airport (Lviv).
For Ukrainians, the arrival of Ryanair brings the opportunity to travel cheaply and safely. For the country, this means the development of the aviation industry and the network of regional airports.