Since the implementation of visa-free regime with the countries of the European Union, Ukraine has promptly become a new business dot on the map for low-cost airlines. Those living in Ukraine joyfully read about new flights from different cities being added nearly every months. However, one controversial situation stayed still — what about Ryanair? Well, this fall the situation will finally see its justice.
Avid travelers certainly remember the last year scandal with Ryanair's entering Ukrainian market — despite the numerous announcements and even already booked tickets, Irish low-cost airline had to break the contract because, as it was stated, Boryspil airport 'failed to honor a growth agreement reached at the Ministry of Infrastructure with the airport officials and the current Airport General Director'. The scandal ended with nothing, and, luckily, passengers got back money for already bought tickets.
This year, however, the situation is different. The chief legal officer at Ryanair, Juliusz Komorek, has stated that the date of flights beginning is 'real' and at the moment the company is reaching agreements on the contract's conditions.
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As for the flight destinations, Ryaniar plans to make adjustments into the last year's plan, but 'certainly will add flights from Ukraine to Poland', according to Komorek. On February 21, Ryaniar's plane landed at Boryspil airport, giving even more hope to those who seek for cheap ways of travelling. On the next day, Minister of Infrastructure of Ukraine, Volodymyr Omelian stated on the press-conference that Ryaniar's flights would depart and land at Boryspil and Lviv International airports.
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