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Ryanair to begin Ukrainian flights

Ryanair has disclosed plans to start serving Ukraine in October.

The budget carrier says it will operate four routes to Kiev Borispol. Ukraine's capital will be served thrice weekly from Eindhoven, five times per week from London Stansted, thrice weekly from Manchester and four times per week from Stockholm Skavsta.

Ryanair estimates it will carry 250,000 passengers per annum across the new routes.

FlightGlobal schedules data shows that Ukraine International Airlines operates flights from Stockholm Arlanda to Kiev Borispol.

No airline operates between the Ukrainian capital and Eindhoven, though KLM and UIA link Borispol with another Dutch airport, Amsterdam Schiphol.

Wizz Air operates to Kiev Zhulhany from London Luton, while Borispol is served by UIA from Gatwick and British Airways from Heathrow. There are no scheduled operations to Kiev from Manchester.

Ukraine becomes the 34th country in Ryanair's network.

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