The Ukrainian airline SkyUp and the Irish low-cost airline Ryanair open direct flights from Kyiv to Paris, Nice, and Malta, respectively.
As SkyUp reported on its Facebook page, the first Kyiv—Paris flight is scheduled for August 20, and after that the company's aircraft will fly there three times a week (Monday, Wednesday, and Friday). As for Nice, flights there will start on August 19, and after which they are planned twice a week (Thursday and Sunday).
The minimum ticket price from Kyiv to Paris will be 2,500 UAH, back—2,800, from Kyiv to Nice—3,200 UAH, and back—3,700.
The company recalled: in order to get to France, travelers over 12 years old must have a certificate of full vaccination with one of the drugs recognized by the European Medicines Agency (Pfizer/Comirnaty, Moderna, AstraZeneca/Vaxzevria/Covishield, and Janssen/Johnson & Johnson). Vaccination with Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca/Vaxzevria/Covishield vaccines must be completed 7 days before border crossing and with Janssen vaccine—28 days before. If the passenger does not have vaccination confirmation, he or she must provide a negative result of a PCR test made at least 72 hours before entry, or a negative result of an express antigen test done no more than 24 hours before entry.
As for Ryanair that will start flying to Malta on November 2, according to avianews.com, flights to Malta from Kyiv (Boryspil airport) and in the opposite direction are planned twice a week—on Tuesday and Saturday. Ticket price starts from 33 euros (1,100 UAH) one way (one piece of hand luggage with dimensions up to 40x25x20 cm without weight restrictions). The carrier on the line is Ryanair's subsidiary Malta Air.