The low-cost airline began in recent days new flights linking Kyiv with Madrid and Valencia.
Ryanair continues to add new air routes and this time they benefit air connections between Ukraine and Spain.
Since last October 27, Ryanair began flights between Kyiv and Madrid with four weekly frequencies, on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.
The flight has a duration of 4 hours and 15 minutes and is an important advance in the air connection between these two important cities, since so far the route was only operated by Ukraine International Airlines.
Meanwhile, flights between Kyiv and Valencia started on October 29 and will be operated twice a week.
Ryanair’s new flights between Ukraine and Spain, in addition to providing more air connections, will increase the number of passengers transported by the airline and it is hoped that it will be able to conquer new customers.
Until now, Ryanair operated a single flight between both countries, it is the one that operates the Kyiv-Barcelona route four times a week.