Ryanair on September 3, 2018, handled its first flight from Ukraine Photo from UNIAN One of Europe&#39;s largest low-cost airlines, Ryanair, on Sunday, October 28, launched flights from Kyiv&#39;s Boryspil Airport to another six cities in Europe, namely Vilnius (Lithuania), Warsaw and Bydgoszcz (both in Poland), Barcelona (Catalonia, Spain), Bratislava (Slovakia), and London (the United Kingdom). Flights to Vilnius are scheduled for Mondays, Fridays and Sundays, Ukraine&#39;s Center for Transport Strategies told UNIAN. The first flight to Vilnius departed at 13:30 Kyiv time on October 28. Flights to Warsaw will be operated four times a week, namely on Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday. Passengers heading for Poland&#39;s capital already left at 16:30 Kyiv time on October 28. Planes leaving for Bydgoszcz depart twice a week: on Wednesday and Sunday. Their departure on October 28 is scheduled for 20:10 Kyiv time. The company&#39;s first flight to Barcelona is scheduled to depart at 21:05 Kyiv time on October 28. Flights to Barcelona from Kyiv will be handled on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays. Flights to Bratislava will be carried out three times a week, namely on Mondays, Fridays and Sundays (all at 21:15 Kyiv time). Also, Ryanair will handle flights from Kyiv to London five times a week, namely on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday. Its first flight to London is scheduled for Monday, October 29 (at 21.55 Kyiv time). Read alsoRyanair&#39;s first Ukrainian flight departs from Kyiv for Berlin (Photo report) As UNIAN reported earlier, Irish low-cost airline Ryanair on September 3, 2018, handled its first flight from Ukraine. The airlines&#39; first plane arrived in the Ukrainian capital at about 14:20 Kyiv time and departed at 14:55 Kyiv time from Kyiv&#39;s Boryspil Airport for Berlin&#39;s Schönefeld. CEO of Ryanair Michael O&#39;Leary, the general director of Boryspil Airport and the general director of Lviv Airport in early March 2018 signed a contract on the terms of service of Ryanair at the airports. It first was announced that that Ryanair would open 15 destinations from Ukraine in October: 10 flights from Kyiv and five flights from Lviv with an initial ticket price of 10 euros, while the average fare is 40 euros. Later it became known that the first Ryanair flights from Ukraine would start even earlier – from the beginning of September en route between Kyiv and Berlin. The airline further announced the number of its destinations from Ukraine would grow to 18.