SkyUp starts flights tomorrow from Kharkiv to Paris.
SkyUp starts flights tomorrow from Kharkiv to Paris. After flights from Kharkiv to Rome and Milan on Ernest Airlines and to Dortmund and Vienna on Wizz Air, the Paris flight is part of a new western orientation of an airport built in the mid-1920s to connect the capital of the Ukrainian SSR with Moscow and Leningrad. Today, the airport’s busiest flight is LOT Polish to Warsaw. Next Monday, Ryanair inaugurates service from Kharkiv with a flight to Krakow. In October, it adds Poznan and Vilnius. In August, Wizz Air adds Krakow, its fourth Polish destination. In May, international traffic from Kharkiv increased by 34% y-o-y, to 95,100 passengers.