“Ryanair” Is Ready to Return to Ukraine

by Roman Cheplyk
Wednesday, February 1, 2023
“Ryanair” Is Ready to Return to Ukraine

Irish lowcoster started recruiting Ukrainian specialists to resume work after the war

Reuters informs that Ryanair CEO Michael O'Leary has announced the beginning of the process of restoration of the company in Ukraine. The company is already recruiting pilots and board guides. In the message, it is noted that Ryanair has opened a large enough set to return to Ukraine at a capacity similar to the pre-war.

"We hire enough Ukrainian pilots and flight attendants, especially so that we can rebuild bases in Ukraine when it will be safe," O'Leary said.

Note that the airline, like many other carriers, stopped the work in Ukraine on February 24, 2022. On the first day of the war, no passenger aircraft took off because of Russian missiles and fighter aircraft in the sky.

However, Ryanair already said that he intends to be one of the first to return to Ukraine. The company cooperated with 5 Ukrainian airports before the invasion by Russia. In 2021, the company's executives announced the expansion and selected 12 more suitable Ukrainian airports. So, when the sky is free of killers, all Ukrainians will be able to return home on planes or fly on a well-deserved vacation.

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