The interested parties in Ukraine have reached a consensus on a unified position for the further negotiations with the leading European low-cost airline Ryanair (Ireland) concerning the flights to the country, Ukraine Investment Promotion Office Director Daniel Bilak told Interfax-Ukraine after a meeting in the Cabinet of Ministers on July 17.
He did not give any details of the meeting, noting that they are doing everything necessary to resume the negotiations.
Earlier, the government’s press service said the meeting participants decided to continue the policy of attracting low-cost airlines to Ukraine, not just one company, but several. They decided to consider hosting low-cost airlines at Boryspil Airport or Zhuliany Airport for a period of one year, and in the meantime to turn the Hostomel airport into a platform for low-cost carriers. In addition, low-cost airlines coming to Ukraine should required to enter the country’s regional airports.