The airline Swiss International Airlines, member of Lufthansa Group, on March 26, will resume flights in international airport “Borispol” (Kiev) from Zurich.
As reported the press service of the airport, the partnership with Swiss will allow Ukrainians to travel to Switzerland four times a week – Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.
As reported, the airline included in the Lufthansa Group, are going in the summer season of 2018 to increase the number of flights to Kiev.
So, Lufthansa will offer six flights a week from Frankfurt to Kyiv from 25 March 2018, and the Swiss get back to work on the Ukrainian route and will run four flights a week to Zurich from 26 March 2018.
Increasing the number of flights from Frankfurt from 14 to 20 in a week, Lufthansa will be added to provide six weekly flights every day except Saturday aircraft Airbus-320, offering passengers with business and economy class .
The Swiss company will run four weekly flights on the A320 aircraft, offering seats business and economy class.
The Lufthansa Group began to operate in Ukraine since April 1991. Today, Lufthansa operates flights from Kiev to Frankfurt 14 times a week (Starting March 2018 – 20 times), Munich – 14 times a week, and from Lviv to Munich it flies daily. Austrian Airlines operates 13 flights a week from Kiev to Vienna, as well as 10 flights per week from Lviv and Odessa. In addition, daily flights from the Dnieper to Vienna.