"This is a sign of quality - the quality of the investment climate and the quality of competition conditions," Poroshenko said.
O'Leary said that the flights will be launched from Oct. 15.
Thus, the airline will launch flights from Kyiv to Barcelona (four flights a week), Bratislava and Wroclaw (three each), Warsaw (four), Krakow (three), Poznan and Gdansk (two each), Vilnius and Stockholm (three each) London (five); from Lviv to Krakow (three), Warsaw (three), Dusseldorf (three), Memmingen (two) and London (three).
According to a press release distributed to journalists during the briefing, the fares start from EUR 19.99, whereas in the presentation presented at the event - from EUR 9.99.
According to the airline booking system, fares from EUR 9.99 are available on routes to Poland and Vilnius, EUR 19.99 - to London and Stockholm. The fare for flights to Barcelona, for example, in November starts from EUR 29.99.