08:57 03.03.2022

Ryanair removes all flights from Ukraine from booking system

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The world's largest European budget carrier Ryanair has canceled all flights to and from Ukraine, in particular, from the airports of Kyiv, Lviv and Odesa, for an unlimited period, this follows from the information in its booking system.

According to one of the correspondents of Interfax-Ukraine, the company, in particular, sent him messages about the cancellation of an already paid flight for August 29, 2022.

The day after Russia launched a war against Ukraine on February 24 and closed the country's airspace, Ryanair announced that it had suspended and withdrawn from sale flights to/from Ukraine until the end of March, pending further information from EU security authorities.

As of the morning of March 2, flights to and from Ukraine were still in the booking system for dates after March 27.

Earlier in February, before the start of the war, Ryanair removed all flights to Kharkiv and Kherson from sale.

Ryanair's main competitor among low-cost carriers in Ukraine, Wizz Air, is still selling tickets to and from the country for the period after March 27.

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