Lviv Airport mulling direct flights to China, Qatar.

The airport in 2019 opened new flights to eight destinations.



CEO of Lviv Danylo Halytskyi International Airport Tetiana Romanovska says the airport is expanding its flight geography, planning to launch new flights to Italy in 2020.

Also, talks are underway with two Chinese air carriers to open operations to China.

"We will be expanding our flight geography. We want to [launch flights] to Lisbon, Norway, and Finland, not to mention China or Qatar. We are now in talks with two Chinese companies," the CEO told 1zahid TV channel.

Read alsoPassenger flow at Ukrainian airports increased 18.5% over past year

The airport in 2019 launched flights to eight destinations, including in Denmark, Greece, and Israel. In general, the airport offers passenger services for 54 destinations.

As UNIAN reported earlier, Lviv Danylo Halytskyi International Airport in 2019 boosted its passenger flow by 38.8% from 2018, to 2.217 million.

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