Ryanair will immediately launch flights to over 20 European cities following the reopening of the skies. The flights will operate from Kyiv, Lviv, and Odesa.
“Approximately 20 or 25 European cities will be connected with flights from Kyiv, around 10 from Lviv, and the next five cities from Odesa. This will become possible just six weeks after the reopening of the skies,” said Michael O’Leary, the CEO of Ryanair, in an interview with “Interfax-Ukraine.”
According to him, it will take up to six weeks to deploy aircraft in major European cities to serve Ukrainian airports.
“All of them will start on the same day. But the main cities we are considering to begin with are undoubtedly Warsaw, Krakow, Berlin, Frankfurt, Milan, Rome, London, Brussels, Amsterdam, and Paris. These are all major cities. And since we have aircraft based in these cities, we can simply deploy these aircraft to serve Kyiv and Lviv,” summarized O’Leary.