Ryanair to launch flights from Kharkiv International Airport to Krakow and Vilnius in 2019. Europe’s largest low-cost airline Ryanair is continuing to expand in Ukraine and has confirmed plans to launch flights from Kharkiv International Airport to Krakow and Vilnius later this year. Kharkiv becomes the third Ukrainian airport to begin cooperation with Ryanair following the autumn 2018 launch of services from Kyiv Boryspil and Lviv International Airport. Flights to Krakow in Poland will begin in June 2019, while the planned service connecting Kharkiv with Lithuanian capital Vilnius will begin in October. Both routes will initially feature flights twice per week. Ryanair will also begin flying from Odesa International Airport later this year.