Monday, 3 September 2018

Ryanair starts operations in Ukraine


The European low-cost-high-fee airline Ryanair, operated its first Ukraine flights today, 3rd September, with a rotation between Kyiv Boryspil and  Berlin Schönefeld airports.  


Ukraine is the 37th country for Ryanair and the Berlin route is the first of 12 new Kyiv services the airline is introducing for winter 2018 routes commencing this week.  The airline will operate the flight to Berlin from Kyiv four times each week. 

The 12 new routes the budget carrier is introducing includes, Barcelona (4 x week), Berlin (4 x week), Bratislava (3 x week), Bydgoszcz (2 x week), Gdansk (2 x week), Krakow (3 x week), London Stansted (5 x week), Poznan (2 x week), Stockholm S (3 x week), Vilnius (3 x week), Warsaw M (4 x week) & Wroclaw (3 x week)


 Denis Barabas, Ryanair’s Sales & Marketing Deputy Manager CEE & Balkans, said: “We’re pleased to officially launch our first Ukrainian flights as were being our expanded Kyiv winter 2018 schedule with a new route to Berlin Schönefeld."

Pavlo Riabikin, Boryspil International Airport State Enterprise CEO, said: “We are glad to welcome Ryanair at Boryspil airport. We wish our partners passenger traffic growth, routes expansion and successful business development in Ukraine.”

 

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