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Boryspil International Airport Decides To Resume Negotiations With Ryanair

Boryspil International Airport Decides To Resume Negotiations With Ryanair

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The Boryspil International Airport (Kyiv region) has decided to resume negotiations with the Ryanair low-cost company.

Director General of the Boryspil International Airport Pavlo Riabikin has written this on Facebook, Ukrainian News Agency reports.

He said he agrees with Prime Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Groysman and considers that low-cost companies have to prepare respective legal framework.

As Ukrainian News Agency earlier reported, on June 12, Boryspil International Airport expressed readiness for any audit of the negotiating process with Ryanair in order to assess economic expediency.

The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine is intending to apply to the National Anticorruption Bureau of Ukraine and the Antimonopoly Committee of Ukraine with a request to investigate the course and essence of the negotiations between Ryanair, the largest in Europe low-cost airline company, and the Infrastructure Ministry and between Ryanair and the Boryspil International Airport.

Infrastructure Minister Volodymyr Omelian hopes the negotiations with that Ryanair will resume after the change of management of the Boryspil International Airport.

Minister Omelian is intending to urge the Cabinet of Ministers at its sitting on July 12 to dismiss Boryspil International Airport Director General Pavlo Riabikin.

Ryanair says it has cancelled flights to Ukraine.

Riabikin accused Ryanair of making political pressure on the airport pushing it sign a contract.

In mid-March, Ryanair announced it will start flights from Kyiv to Eindhoven, London, Manchester and Stockholm from October 2017.

In April, Kyiv International Airport (Zhuliany) suspended negotiations with the largest European low-cost company Ryanair as fee demands of the air company do not meet abilities of the airport.

The Wizz Air Commercial Airline Company (the Republic of Hungary) performs 21 low-cost flights from airports in Lviv and Kyiv to eight countries.

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