Ryanair has promised to start flights to Ukraine within two weeks of the end of the war
“We will be the largest airline in Ukraine,” said the company’s head, Michael O’Leary, at the Bloomberg New Economy Gateway conference held near Dublin.
He said he employed about 60 Ukrainian pilots and 80 cabin crew members. The company’s goal is to cover 30 routes between four Ukrainian airports and the European Union, a few weeks after the end of the conflict.
Then, within a year at the most, the airline plans to open three or four large bases in the country.
“We’ll be back there hopefully in two weeks after someone tells us it’s safe to fly back to Kiev, Lviv, Odesa,” Michael O’Leary added, according to Sky News.
He stated that the return to Kherson will take longer because the airport has been destroyed.
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