Ryanair aircraft parked, Photo: Ryanair.

LONDON – Ryanair (FR) has announced 11 new routes from Italy to Ukraine, adding 28 weekly frequencies starting July 6 as part of its 2020 summer schedule.

Newly created routes


The new FR routes from Italy to Ukraine for summer 2020 start off
from Milan (BGY) four new routes to Kharkiv (HRK) with two frequencies per week, Kyiv (KBP) with four frequencies per week, Lviv (LWO) with two frequencies per week and Odesa (ODS) with two frequencies per week.

Routes from Bologna (BLQ) will see three new routes to KBP with three frequencies per week, LWO with two frequencies per week and ODS with two frequencies per week. Additionally, FR will operate one new route from Catania (CTA) to KBP with two frequencies per week.

Among the departure airports, FR has also chosen Rome (FCO) with three new routes to KBP with five frequencies per week, LWO with two frequencies per week, and ODS with two frequencies per week.

Photo: Marco Macca

Statement from Ryanair


Chiara Ravara (39), Head of International Communications at FR, said, “Now the customers in Italy can book flights to Kharkiv, Kyiv, Lviv, and Odesa to enjoy a much-needed break this summer. FR is looking forward to bringing together friends and families, restarting the European economy, and allowing people to return to work.”

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