With the European low-cost airline Ryanair should continue talks about their cooperation with the Lviv airport. About it today at the session of the Cabinet of Ministers, commenting on the situation with Ryanair, said Prime Minister Vladimir Groisman, reports the correspondent of the edition «GORDON».
«I think it would be appropriate to go into the negotiation process with the proposal that they have to work in Lviv. This is very important because the lions have provided all necessary conditions for cooperation», – he said.
The head of the government expressed regret that «Borispol not agreed yet.»
In mid-March, 2017 commercial Director of Ryanair, David O’brien said that the airline from October 2017 will carry out 15 flights per week from Kiev and 16 flights per week from Lviv. The cost of a flight to Europe from Ukraine had to be from €20.
On 10 July, Ryanair said that it cancels flights to Ukraine because of the failure to the Boryspil airport of agreements reached by the company with the Ukrainian Ministry of infrastructure. «I’m sorry that Lviv airport was the victim of a decision of the Kyiv airport,» said David O’brien.
Ryanair – Europe’s largest low-cost airline with headquarters in Dublin, the Irish. Ryanair is present in 34 countries and makes 1800 trips per day.
Groisman initiates negotiations with Ryanair on flights to Lviv 12.07.2017