Ryanair sees development in Ukraine
(MENAFN) The Irish inexpensive carrier intends to greatly enlarge its existence in the Ukrainian market, Ryanair CEO Michael O'Leary reports.
Ryanair CEO Michael O'Leary said to a shareholder call after the firm’s yearly general assembly, "the one market I would point to is Ukraine... I would think we will be a major investor in Ukraine when they join up to European Open Skies," reported by Reuters .
As mentioned, Ryanair kicked off its first roads in Ukraine in 2018. Presently, Ryanair functions from five Ukrainian airports on a two-sided foundation but that there were as many as 12 appropriate airports in Ukraine.
O'Leary included, “I think that will be certainly a model that we will be aggressively moving into.”
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