Ryanair to fly from Kyiv to London, Manchester, Berlin and Stockholm
The flights will start in October.
Irish low-coster carrier Ryanair plans in October 2017 to begin flights on four routes from Kyiv in the UK, the Netherlands and Sweden.
From Lviv, Ryanair will fly to London, Eindhoven, Berlin, Memmingen, Krakow, Wrosclaw and Budapest.
The cost of tickets starts at EUR 19.99. The price will be in effect in October and November if the tickets are bought before March 16.
Flights from Kyiv's International Airport Zhulyany will be carried out to Eindhoven three times a week, London - five times a week, Manchester - three times a week, Stockholm - four times a week. Ryanair intends to carry 250,000 passengers each from Kyiv and Lviv.
Ryanair's commercial director David O'Brien told a press conference in Kyiv on 14 March that the cost of tickets starts from EUR 19.99. The price will be in effect in October and November.