Prime Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Groysman expects the signing of an agreement between the Boryspil International Airport and the Irish low-cost company Ryanair by the end of this week (by March 25). The prime minister announced this at the sitting of the Cabinet of Ministers on Wednesday, Ukrainian News Agency reports. "We are expecting that the agreement between the Boryspil International Airport and Ryanair will be finally signed by the end of this week and Ryanair will decide when it will begin to perform flights to Ukraine," he said. According to the prime minister, following the negotiations the Boryspil International Airport will cut airport fees for absolutely all air companies and that will cut the price of tickets for passengers. As Ukrainian News Agency earlier reported, late in February 2018, Minister of Infrastructure of Ukraine Volodymyr Omelian confirmed negotiations with the Irish low-cost company Ryanair on its operation in the Ukrainian market. Minister of Infrastructure Omelian stated that if the largest Irish low-cost company Ryanair started its flights from Ukraine in fall 2018 it would not cut the number of flights announced in March 2017. In mid-March 2017, Ryanair said it would start flights from Kyiv to Eindhoven, London, Manchester and Stockholm from October 2017. In July, Ryanair announced cancellation of flights to Ukraine.