Omeljan said that Ryanair has no plans to fly to Kharkiv

Omeljan: Kiev is ready to accept Ryanair

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Ryanair will fly to Kyiv and Lviv, and has no plans to operate flights to Kharkov or other Ukrainian cities. This was stated by Minister of infrastructure Volodymyr Omelian in an interview with “LigaBusinessInform”.

He noted that some airports are willing to pay the company for their cooperation.

“Indeed, some airports pay extra to fly them. Came to me, some governors with a request to bring him to the Ryanair, and they were willing to give them money. For example, Kiev is ready to accept Ryanair even with lower financial offer than we wanted, but Ryanair said that while flying back not planning. They have a clear choice – Kiev and Lvov,” – said Omeljan.

He also noted that while not considered the option of attracting low cost airlines in other airports (Zhitomir, Gostomel, etc.).

That the airports in Kiev and Lviv are in talks with Ryanair, it became known in December 2016.

In mid-March, 2017 commercial Director of Ryanair, David O’brien said that the airline from October 2017 will carry out 15 flights per week from Kiev and 16 flights per week from Lviv.

Ryanair – Europe’s largest low-cost airline with headquarters in Dublin, the Irish. Ryanair serves over 1600 directions between 180 airports in 28 European countries and Morocco, performing more than 1,600 flights per day.

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