Traveling to Ukraine is getting easier and cheaper. In November 2019, Ryanair will double the number of routes and flights to Ukraine compared to November 2018, when the budget airlines launched flights to Ukraine. It is reported by avianews.com.
If in November 2018 the low cost airlines has 17 destinations from Kyiv and Lviv, then in November 2019 it will include 40 routes from Kyiv, Lviv, Odesa and Kharkiv. At the same time, the number of flights from Ukraine will increase from 52 to 113 per week. This data includes two directions of Ryanair's daughter Laudamotion.
The most significant increase in the number of flights and destinations will affect Boryspil Airport. If in November 2018, the route network from the Ukrainian capital numbered 12 points with 38 flights per week, then in November 2019 it will include 26 destinations, which will make 80 flights per week.
The increase in the number of flights from the regions will be made due to the launch of flights from Odesa and Kharkiv. In November 2019 the low-cost airlines will make 13 flights per week in six directions from Odesa, and 6 flights per week in three directions from Kharkiv. From Lviv, there will be 14 flights per week in five directions.
Ryanair launched flights to Kyiv on 3 September 2018, to Lviv - on 30 October 2018, to Kharkiv - on 17 June 2019, to Odesa - on 19 June 2019.