The company intends to launch 12 new directions from Kyiv, nine from Lviv, three from Odesa, and two from Kharkiv.
Additional routes from Ukraine will include flights to four new countries: Spain, France, Belgium, and the Netherlands.
- Flights from Kyiv airport: to Paris (Beauvais), Eindhoven, Brussels (Charleroi), Nice, Barcelona, Madrid, Alicante, Malaga, Porto, Palma de Mallorca, Chania, Basel;
- Flights from Lviv are planned to Madrid, Eindhoven, Paris (Beauvais), Barcelona, Nice, Treviso, Brussels (Charleroi), Athens, Thessaloniki;
- From Odessa: to London (Luton), Pardubice, Athens; from Kharkov - to Thessaloniki and Pardubice.
Flights from Kyiv to Paris, Eindhoven, and Brussels will start in December 2021, the rest — in the spring and summer of 2022.
In total, the airline plans to serve 117 destinations from Ukraine to 22 countries of the world by the end of next year. Wizz Air also plans to deploy seven more of its aircraft in Ukraine, increasing their total number to 11. Five new aircraft will be deployed in Kyiv, in addition to the three already based in the capital. Two more planes will receive a base in Lviv, in addition to the one already based there.
On the eve of Wizz Air announced a large-scale expansion of its activities in Ukraine in connection with the opportunities opened up after the signing of an agreement on a common aviation area between Ukraine and the European Union.