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Ryanair leadership attended Boryspil International Airport. What did they agree on?

Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary met with the management of Boryspil International Airport on July 20, the press service of the airport reports.

During the meeting, the partnership between Ryanair and the airport concerning the strategic plan to quickly resume international traffic in the Ukrainian market when Ukraine wins and EASA confirms the safety of flights in the Ukrainian sky was discussed.

The airline’s plans also include close cooperation with the Ukrainian government in order to support the recovery of the air transportation market at the level of the entire country, thereby contributing to the reconstruction of industry and the economy. The low-cost carrier intends to attract significant funds to Ukraine and lead the recovery of the Ukrainian air transport market by investing about $3 billion and deploying up to 30 new Boeing MAX aircraft in the three main airports of Ukraine: Kyiv, Lviv, and Odesa. Ryanair plans to open 75 routes from Europe to Ukraine within eight weeks after the airspace is declared safe.

Earlier, Ryanair Holdings Plc CEO Michael O’Leary said the low-cost carrier was prepared to resume operations in Ukraine once it becomes safe again to fly here.

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