Ryanair withdraw its proposed flight services to Ukraine

 Wednesday, July 12, 2017 


RyanairOf late, Ryanair Ltd., the Irish low-cost airline established in 1984 has called off all its proposals to start flying services to Ukraine. The company declared on Monday that Boryspil airport, recently had not respected the terms and conditions agreed upon earlier this year.

In the month of March, Ryanair announced that it had entered into collaboration with Boryspil airport as both the airports planned new routes to Kiev and Lviv.

However, at the beginning of this month, Ihor Kolomoisky, partial owner of Ukrainian International Airlines (UIA) and a powerful tycoon refuted in a recent statement that in any way it had been conspiring against the deal and preventing it from happening.

To quote Ryanair in a statement published on Monday, “Kiev airport has … chosen to protect high-fare airlines and deprive Ukrainian consumers/visitors access to Europe’s lowest air fares. We regret also that Lviv Airport has fallen victim to Kiev Airport’s decision.”

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