Irish low-cost carrier finally begins to fly in Ukraine.
In the code of the website of the airline Ryanair appeared mention of the airport Zhulyany (Kiev) and Lviv.
A similar discovery was made by one of the users of the forum avianews, which in January announced the emergence on the test version of the site Wizz Air flight Lviv-Wroclaw, two days before its official announcement.
It is noteworthy that on the eve of the Minister of infrastructure Volodymyr Omelian live on 112 channel reported that March 15 will be held a joint press conference with one of the largest lowcost Europe.
“I am pleased to announce that on 15 March we will have a joint press conference with one of the largest European lowcost, which will announce its intention to enter the Ukrainian market. I hope that on 15 March it will be in Kiev and Lviv, two press conferences. The company will inform about the routes, and about his vision of the market, and potential areas for further cooperation. This is big news. This is what we went for several years. We have demonstrated very good growth in 2016, plus a 30% more passengers. Plus five new old airports are functioning again. I hope that Ukrainians will once again fly,” he said.
In February the chief officer of Ryanair on legal issues and regulation of the yuliush Komorek said Polish reporters that the company is close to making decision on entering the Ukrainian market. In July, the Director of the airport “Lviv” Tatiana Romanovskaya said that Ryanair will begin flights to Ukraine in 2017.
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