The Irish low cost air carrier Ryanair will launch flights from Kyiv to Berlin from September 2018, the air carrier has reported.
The airline intends to begin flights from September 3 with a frequency of four times a week on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays.
The minimum price of a one way ticket starts from EUR26.99. They are already available on the air carrier’s website.
At the same time, the air carrier said the promotional price will remain relevant for booking until Sunday, April 8.
“This will be the first Ryanair route to/from Ukraine. Flights will begin two months earlier than originally planned,” Head of the Ryanair Communications Department Robin Kiely said.
Berlin became the 11th direction from Kyiv, to which Ryanair opened ticket sales.
Air Malta airline plans to resume regular flights from Malta to Kyiv from June 19. According to a posting on the website of the airline, the flights will be serviced on Tuesdays. It will take around three hours to get to the Boryspil international airport. The fares start from $190 for a round trip.
Air Malta flied to Kyiv several years ago. Air Malta connects Malta with over 35 major cities across Europe and the Mediterranean.
The State Aviation Service of Ukraine has agreed to increase the frequency of flights on the main routes to Germany. The press service of the agency said now the maximum total number of flights on the air lines Kyiv-Berlin, Kyiv-Frankfurt, Kyiv-Munich reaches 52 flights a week. The appropriate agreement was achieved by correspondence between the aviation authorities of the countries.
The frequency on regional routes remains unchanged – seven flights a week for each side. The number of destinations is limited. In addition, Ukraine has achieved agreement with Hungary to increase the frequency of passenger and freight traffic on the Kyiv-Budapest route from nine to 14 flights a week.