From Kyiv to Paris for 30 euros: Spanish low-cost airline announced the launch date for direct flights

The planes will fly between Boryspil and Orly airports.Ukrainians from December will be able to fly from Kiev to Paris / photo depositphotos.comUkrainians from December will be able to fly from Kiev to Paris / photo depositphotos.com

Ukrainians will be able to fly from Kiev to Paris on cheap tickets this year. The Spanish low-cost airline Vueling will open direct flights from 5 December.

It is reported by AviaNews .

It is planned that the planes on the Kiev-Paris route will fly twice a week. At the same time, in December, departures will be on different days, and from January – on Tuesdays and Sundays. The cost of tickets for the flight starts from 30 euros.

Vueling planes will take off from Boryspil Airport and French Orly, which is located just 15 km from Paris.

  • Paris 06:55 → Kiev 11:05, Tuesday, Sunday;
  • Kiev 12:10 → Paris 14:35, Tuesday, Sunday.

The launch of a direct flight from Kiev to Paris became possible thanks to the signing of an open skies agreement between Ukraine and the European Union.

As UNIAN previously reported, Ukraine and the European Union signed an agreement on the Common Aviation Area . The document will increase the number of flights from and to Ukraine, as well as reduce the cost of plane tickets.

Wizz Air was one of the first to react. The low-cost airline immediately announced the launch of 12 new destinations and the opening of four countries.

(C)UNIAN 2021

5 comments

  • I’ll visit France when they start defending freedom and democracy in Ukraine.

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    • You might have a long wait!
      Whoever next becomes frog president, several things are guaranteed: he/she will be sly, treacherous, duplicitous, hate Britain, hate America, grovel to the tiny poisoner and be subservient to the krauts. These are contractual obligations for any frog ruler.

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    • I’ve lost all interest in France or anything French (French part of Belgium) after my last visit there over twenty years ago. I had to learn that they mastered the methodology of snobbery. They even don’t seem to care about Americans, whom they can thank for not being part of Greater Germany.

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      • James Slack of the Daily Mail wrote in 2014: “Secret files have revealed the astonishing level of ingratitude shown towards the British by Charles de Gaulle for defeating the Nazis and liberating France.
        Details of General de Gaulle’s attitude emerge in files released by the National Archives relating to the strange case of a French admiral called Emile Muselier.
        In 1940, the admiral was the most senior French officer to join de Gaulle in London, where he was running a government in exile against France’s Vichy regime.

        Muselier was arrested by the British for allegedly passing secrets to the Vichy government.
        The evidence against him had been forged by the deputy head of de Gaulle’s own intelligence service, the Deuxieme Bureau.

        Winston Churchill personally apologised for the arrest, but de Gaulle blamed the British. MI5 papers say he became ‘incurably suspicious’ of his British allies.
        In May 1945, shortly after V E Day, de Gaulle – by then head of the provisional Government in Paris – summoned the British ambassador.

        He told him: ‘We are not in a position at present to open hostilities against you, but you have insulted France and betrayed the West. This cannot be forgotten’.

        This after Britain and America each lost more than 150,000 of their finest young men liberating France. To quote Shakespeare: “ingratitude as sharper than a serpent’s tooth. Its cut is the unkindest cut of all. Of all the obnoxious behaviours, the ugly sharp-toothed Ingratitude is the worst.  It is more venomous than the serpent tooth.”

        The same article also states :

        “The extraordinary secret papers released today also revealed that a lone MI5 agent went undercover to neutralise hundreds of Nazi sympathisers living in Britain during the Second World War.

        The officer, given the alias Jack King, was sent to infiltrate groups of traitors by security chiefs alarmed at the strength of support for Hitler.
        By posing as an undercover Gestapo officer, King was able to control groups of ‘Fifth Columnists’ who were trying to aid the Fascist cause.

        The Nazi sympathisers believed they were successfully passing secrets to Berlin – but all the while the information was being handed straight to MI5.”

        I fear that we need someone like that today to purge us of the putinazi fifth columnists burrowing away in British media, politics, business, trade unions, academia etc. Same thing needed in America.

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