Ryanair plans to place 30 new Boeing 737 MAX at the airports of Ukraine worth more than $3 billion

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The low-cost airline is ready to carry out up to 600 flights per week

The low-cost carrier Ryanair announced its readiness to resume flights to and from Ukraine, using 30 new Boeing 737 MAX at a cost of more than $3 billion. But there is a nuance: the company will do this only after the European Aviation Safety Agency announces the safety of flights over the territory of Ukraine.

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Ryanair plans to place 30 new Boeing 737 MAX at the airports of Ukraine worth more than $3 billion

“ As soon as the skies over Ukraine are reopened to commercial aviation, Ryanair will return, connecting Ukraine’s main airports with more than 20 EU capitals ,” Ryanair Group Chief Executive Michael O’Leary said after visiting Kiev.

“ The fastest way to rebuild and restore the Ukrainian economy is cheap air travelRyanair intends to invest heavily to lead the aviation recovery process. Specifically, it will invest up to $3 billion by deploying up to 30 new Boeing MAX aircraft at Ukraine’s three main airports – Kiev, Lvov and Odessa ,” O’Leary added.

Recall that in May of this year, Ryanair signed a contract for the supply of 150 Boeing 737 MAX aircraft with an option to supply another 150 aircraft of the same model. They should be delivered between 2027 and 2033. The contract is valued at approximately $40 billion.

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