Europe`s largest low-cost air carrier, Ryanair, plans to start 11 flights from Kyiv and Lviv on October 30, 2017, Chief Commercial Officer of Ryanair David O`Brien announced at a joint press conference with Ukrainian Infrastructure Minister Volodymyr Omelyan in Kyiv on March 15.
Mr O`Brien said Ryanair would launch flights to Stockholm, Manchester, London and Eindhoven from Kyiv, while other flights to London, Eindhoven, Berlin, Wroclaw, Krakow, Budapest, and Memmingen from Lviv.
The company CEO also noted that a flight ticket will cost from EUR 19.99.
According to Mr O`Brien, Ukraine will be the 34th country in the carrier`s network.
It was reported earlier that Ryanair low-cost carrier decided to enter the Ukrainian market.
Following that, the first Boeing 737-700 of Ryanair airline landed at Kyiv`s Zhulyany airport on March 14.