Irish low-cost airline Ryanair wants to be ready to return to Ukraine after the end of the Russian invasion.
Irish low-cost airline Ryanair is hiring Ukrainian pilots and flight attendants to be ready to return to Ukraine after the end of the Russian invasion. This was said by CEO Michael O’Leary, Reuters wrote.
“We are eager to return to Ukraine as soon as it is safe,” O’Leary said
Even before Russia’s invasion of Ukraine by the Russian Federation, the company considered the possibility of basing up to 20 aircraft in our country.
Recall that in the spring of last year, Ryanair promised to be the first airline to return to Ukraine.
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