“Now the regular flights to four Polish cities will be performed from the Kharkiv International Airport. We hope that direct air link with cities Wroclaw and Gdansk will open even more opportunities for our passengers in tourism, education, culture, business and others sectors,” the airport’s press service reports with reference to Vladyslav Ilyin, the commercial director for aviation activities of the Kharkiv International Airport.
Flights on Kharkiv-Wroclaw and Kharkiv-Gdansk routes will be performed twice a week – on Wednesdays and Sundays. Tickets are available for booking from August 6. The one-way ticket price starts from UAH 299.
Wizz Air opens already the sixth direction from Kharkiv in 2018. In particular, the flights to Katowice and Dortmund have been already performed, while flights to London and Vienna will be launched in November.