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Ryanair touches down in Lviv, Ukraine

Ryanair on October 30 touched down Lviv. The European airline started three times weekly Lviv service to/from Krakow, the first of its 5 new Lviv winter 2018 routes commencing this week.

Ryanair’s Lviv winter 2018 schedule will deliver:

– 5 new routes: Dusseldorf Weeze (3 wkly), Krakow (3 wkly), London Stansted (3 wkly), Memmingen (2 wkly) and Warsaw Modlin (3 wkly)

– 14 weekly flights

– 250,000 customers p.a.

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To celebrate the start of its first flights to/from Lviv, Ryanair has released seats from Lviv from just €9.99, for travel from November 2018 until January 2019, which are only available for booking on the website until midnight Thursday (1 Nov).

Olga Pawlonka, Ryanair’s Sales & Marketing Manager CEE & Balkans, said, “We’re pleased to officially launch our first Lviv flights with 5 new Lviv winter 2018 routes to Dusseldorf Weeze, Krakow, London Stansted, Memmingen, and Warsaw Modlin. Lviv customers and visitors can look forward to the lowest fares in Europe when they make advance bookings for their holidays.

To celebrate, we are releasing seats for sale from Lviv from just €9.99 for travel from November 2018 until the end of January 2019, which are available for booking until midnight (24:00) Thursday, 1 November. Since these amazing low fares will be snapped up quickly, customers should log onto and avoid missing out.”

Tetyana Romanovska, Danylo Halytskyi International Airport Lviv’ CEO, said, “Today we are witnessing aviation market growth in Ukraine and particularly in Lviv, which is becoming more competitive and affordable. Thus, the dreams of many Ukrainians to fly cheap have come true.

Since the beginning of negotiations with Ryanair, Lviv airport has been developing intensively and crossed the line of 1 million passengers handled last year. This year we have already carried 1.35 million passengers. We are planning to reach 1.65 million passengers by the end of the year, and this time due to Ryanair customers. Together with Ryanair, as the largest low-cost carrier in Europe, our airport is steadily improving the quality, punctuality, and reliability of passenger services provided.

We are also happy about the fact that Ryanair launches five new routes at once to/from Lviv, which is only the beginning of our fruitful and active cooperation.

The Ukrainian city of Lviv is 70 kilometers from the border with Poland. Traces of its Polish and Austro-Hungarian heritage are evident in its architecture, which blends Central and Eastern European styles with those of Italy and Germany. Lviv is known as the “Little Paris of Ukraine”. It has remarkably preserved Gothic and Renaissance architecture, and boasts many of the country’s brightest and best museums, art galleries, and theatres. Although Lvivians have the reputation as church-goers, they haven’t forgotten how to party. Pubs, clubs, restaurants and coffee houses are plentiful and it’s usually a local who’s stoking the celebration into the early morning hours. The city offers several accommodation options, visit the’s Lviv page for prices and deals.

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