Wizz Air now carries flights on new routes: from the Kharkiv International Airport to Berlin and Tallinn. Previously, only transfer flights were available there.
On 3 July, scheduled flights on the Kharkiv–Berlin route began. The plane arrived from Berlin to Kharkiv at 19:10 and departed back at 19:40. From now on, the flights will be scheduled for Mondays and Fridays, take-off to touchdown time being 2 hours and 40 minutes. One-way tickets without baggage are starting at UAH 439. In Germany, the planes arrive at Schönefeld airport, 22 km from central Berlin.
The Kharkiv–Tallinn flights started on 4 July. At 11:30, the plane from Tallinn arrived at Kharkiv International Airport and departed back to the Estonian capital at 12:00. The flights will be scheduled for Tuesdays and Saturdays, with Thursdays added starting 23 July. One-way tickets without baggage on the flight taking 2 hours and 10 minutes are starting at UAH 439.
The flight schedule is available on the airport’s website. The tickets can be booked on the airline’s and airport’s websites or by phone at 0 800 303 803.
Apart from the addition of new routes, a number of suspended flights from the Kharkiv International Airport have been restored. You can now fly from here to Minsk, Istanbul, Antalya, Wrocław, Katowice, Kraków, Gdańsk, Dortmund, Kyiv, and Odesa.
Wizz Air has reopened its base at Kyiv International Airport and restarted flights from Ukraine to Hungary, Germany, Denmark, Estonia, Greece and UK.
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