Ryanair Cancels Service in Ukraine

Ryanair announced on July 10 that it cancels its planned entrance to Ukraine after the Kiev airport failed to comply with the agreement reached in March at the Ministry of Infrastructure of Ukraine with airport officials and the airport director, Mr Riabikin,

Ryanair to fly from Ukraine’s capital starting Sept 1

Europe's largest low-cost air carrier Ryanair has reached an agreement with the management of Ukraine's largest state-owned international airport Boryspil and Danylo Halytskyi International Airport Lviv regarding its flight schedule for the current year, Ukrainian Infrastructure Minister Volodymyr Omelyan said at a

Ukraine News Today Apr. 7, 2017: Inflation in Ukraine in March accelerates to 1.8%; Ryanair to launch flights from Lviv a month ahead of schedule; Militants launched 48 attacks on Ukrainian troops, 5 soldiers wounded

Inflation in Ukraine in March accelerates to 1.8%, in annual terms to 15.1% Inflation in Ukraine in March rose to 1.8% against 1% in February and 1.1% in January, the State Statistics Service of Ukraine has reported, according to Interfax-Ukraine. According to its

Ukraine News Today Mar. 15, 2017: Ukraine halts all movement of goods across contact line in Donbas; Ryanair to launch 11 flights from Kyiv, Lviv in October; Militants transport Ukrainian coal from occupied Donbas to Russia

Ukraine halts all movement of goods across contact line in Donbas The National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine on Wednesday decided to stop the movement of goods across the line of demarcation in the zone of the Anti-Terrorist Operation, considering the earlier