The leading low cost European aviation company Ryanair (Ireland) puts forward the conditions for its flights to Kyiv to the state-owned enterprise Boryspil international airport, which are not in line with Ukrainian legislation, Boryspil airport Pavlo Riabikin said at a press conference in Kyiv on July 10.
“First: they demand that disputable issues were solved in London arbitration applying English law. We insist that they are to be settled in Ukrainian courts,” he said.
Riabikin presented some ultimatum demands of the carrier that do not suit Ukrainian law. Among them are air navigation services free of charge, check in, taxi parking lots, space for advertisement, ticket sale offices, demands about 60-day crediting period secured by the airport, payment of 35 percent of profit from duty free stores and approval of the passenger fee at $7.50 for five years.