In particular, after the launch of the first flight Kharkiv-Krakow on June 17, Ryanair flights will connect Kharkiv with Vilnius (Lithuania) and Poznan (Poland) from October 2019. Flights will be operated twice a week. Tickets are already available to travelers.
As noted, Poland is one of the most popular destinations among passengers who use services of the Kharkiv airport. At present, the city has direct regular flights to the Polish cities of Warsaw, Katowice, Gdansk and Wroclaw.
As reported, Ryanair performed the first flight from Kharkiv (Ukraine) to Krakow (Poland) on June 17. Flights are operated twice a week, on Mondays and Fridays, with one-way ticket price starting from EUR 19.57.
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