On 6 July, a low-coster Ryanair has opened direct flights from Kharkiv to Milan. The first plane from Milan arrived in Kharkiv on Monday at 20:15 and set off in the opposite direction at 20:50.
The flights to this Italian city will be operated twice a week—on Mondays and Thursdays. A trip on this route takes 3 hours and 10 minutes. In Italy, the flight arrives at Orio al Serio Airport, which is 45 km from Milan.
On the occasion of the new flight opening, the carrier offers promotional tickets starting from UAH 700 (EUR 21.99) till the end of September. The tickets at this price are available at ryanair.com up to and including Wednesday, 8 July. Also, the tickets can be purchased on the airport’s website or booked at the ticket offices on 0 800 303 803.
This is to be recalled that earlier Ryanair operated flights from Kharkiv to Krakow, Posnan, Vilnius, and Budapest and announced flights to Warsaw. Now the flights to the capital of Hungary have been resumed after the quarantine break, other flights are expected to open in September–October this year.
While planning your trip, make sure to find out more about the COVID-19-related regulations introduced at the country of your destination, because in some cases entry may be prohibited for some population groups. For more information, contact the embassy or consulate of your destination country. Also, be on the lookout for updates, as the situation is changing very quickly.
All quarantine-time flights are operated in full compliance with COVID-19 prevention regulations. Before visiting the airport, please see our rules for safe and comfortable flights.