Photo from UNIAN Europe&#39;s largest low-cost air carrier Ryanair will launch 15 flights from Ukraine with a starting ticket price of EUR 10. "I received information from the airline. Initially, the price will be EUR 10. They will open 10 flights from Kyiv and five from Lviv. The average ticket price for Ukrainians will be EUR 40. They plan to fly 1 million passengers in the first year of operations," Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko told a Friday press conference dedicated to Ryanair entering the Ukraine market, an UNIAN correspondent reports. Read alsoBoryspil Airport reaches deal with Ryanair – PM Groysman Poroshenko has noted that negotiations are under way to host the carrier&#39;s support center in Ukraine. "Too bad, the first flights will come as late as October. They have to buy planes for Ukraine flights, create infrastructure and services. But now we know for sure that it will happen," the president said. Poroshenko said he had discussed with Ryanair the possibility of launching domestic flights. "I asked our partners to analyze and create opportunities for the development of domestic flights. I also heard a positive response," he said.