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26 February 2018

Renewed talks for direct Ryanair Flights to Kiev and Lviv

A test flight from Dublin to Ukraine's Boryspil airport has recently been completed, signifying a possible deal between Ukraine's Aviation Committee and popular budget airline, Ryanair.

The Irish airline company have been in talks for nearly a year to offer flights from London and Dublin directly to Kyiv and Lviv airports. The recent test flight is a positive sign that tickets should be available to customers very soon.

There are are already a number of flight options between Great Britain, Ireland and Europe however, Ryanair will be one of the first budget airlines to cover both Boryspil and Lviv. Other budget airline options include Wizz Air who fly from London's Luton airport.

Flight times will be around 3 hours and will be direct with prices starting from 19.99 GBP.

Once up and running, Ryanair's new Ukrainian flight service is expected to handle in the region of 510,000 travellers annually.

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