REUTERS Europe&#39;s largest low-cost airline Ryanair will launch 16 new routes from Ukraine to Italy as part of the schedule for the winter of 2020 and the summer of 2021. In addition, Ryanair plans to increase the frequency of flights from Lviv to Milan (Bergamo) and Rome (Fiumicino) up to four times, as reported by the company&#39;s press service. Read alsoAir France to resume regular flights to Ukraine From late October 2020, Ryanair plans to launch the following routes: - From Odesa to Milan (Bergamo) twice a week, to Bologna twice a week, and to Rome (Fiumicino) twice a week; - From Kyiv to Milan (Bergamo) four times a week, to Catania twice a week, to Bologna three times a week, and to Rome (Fiumicino) five times a week; - From Kharkiv to Milan (Bergamo) twice a week; and - From Lviv to Milan (Bergamo) twice a week, to Bologna twice a week, and to Rome (Fiumicino) twice a week. For the summer of 2021, the airline announced five new routes from Lviv to Bari, Naples, Palermo, Turin and Treviso Airport near Venice. Flights to these destinations will be operated twice a week.