Ukraine’s Infrastructure Minister Volodymyr Omelyan said Europe’s largest discount carrier Ryanair performed its first flight from Ukraine’s Kharkiv International Airport (the city of Kharkiv) to Poland’s Krakow on June 17.
“After Lviv and Kyiv became well-established parts of Ryanair’s grid, and many people began taking that for granted (choosing to forget that this only started in 2018), Kharkiv’s time has come. The first Kharkiv-Krakow flight on Europe’s No. 1 low-cost airline successfully landed,” he wrote on Facebook.
“On June 19, we await the arrival of Ryanair in Odesa,” he added. (UNIAN/Business World Magazine)