Ryanair and Wizz Air launch new flights from Ukraine to Polish and German cities

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Ryanair and Wizz Air launch new flights from Ukraine to Polish and German cities
In an aggressive bid for Ukraine’s migrant worker market, Ryanair unveils a fall Ukraine schedule with flights to five new German cities and eight new Polish cities, writes ubn.news.

From Odesa, Ryanair launches flights to five Polish cities: Krakow in July, then Gdansk, Katowice, Poznan and Wroclaw on Oct. 29-30. From Kharkiv, Ryanair starts flights to Krakow and Poznan, and Vilinius Lithuania. From Kyiv Boryspil, Ryanair starts a flight in the fall to Katowice and doubles its frequencies to Warsaw to twice daily. Ryanair already flies to five from Borsypil to five other Polish cities.
Also Ryanair starts flights in October from Boryspil to Hahn, Karlruhe/Baden-Baden, Nuremberg and Weeze; and from Odesa to Berlin-Tegel. Its Austrian unit, Lauda, starts flights in November to Stuttgart.
According to ubn.news, Wizz Air’s Ukraine flight network already includes 12 Ukraine-Poland routes and 13 Ukraine-Germany routes. This summer Wizz Air launches three new flights:from Kyiv Sikorsky to Lublin in June and to Leipzig/Halle in July; and, in August from Kharkiv to Krakow, a new Wizz Air base.

As reported, Ukraine closed sky for direct chartered flights to Russia.

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