Pursuing the migrant worker market, Wizz Air starts direct flights on Oct. 28 from Kharkiv to the Polish cities of Gdansk and Wroclaw.
Tuesday, August 7, 2018

Pursuing the migrant worker market, Wizz Air starts direct flights on Oct. 28 from Kharkiv to the Polish cities of Gdansk and Wroclaw.

Pursuing the migrant worker market, Wizz Air starts direct flights on Oct. 28 from Kharkiv to the Polish cities of Gdansk and Wroclaw. Earlier this summer, Wizz Air started flights to Katowice. LOT Polish offers flights to Warsaw. Until 2014, most of Kharkiv’s international flights were to Moscow and St. Petersburg. Wizz Air reports that through July it carried 700,000 passengers on its Ukraine flights this year, twice the number as during the first seven months of 2017.

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