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Europe's largest low-cost airline Ryanair will launch four new routes from Ukraine to Germany starting from October.

It will launch flights from Kyiv's Boryspril Airport to Dusseldorf Weeze, Frankfurt-Hahn, Karlsruhe Baden Baden, and Nuremberg, the company's press service said.

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All flights are planned to be performed twice a week.

"To celebrate, Ryanair launched a seat sale with up to 20% off seats on over 200 European routes, for travel between April and June. This incredible offer will end at midnight (24:00hrs) on Saturday," it said.

As UNIAN reported, during the first week of April, Ryanair will open five new routes from Ukraine – to Dublin, Sofia, Paphos, Manchester, and Athens.