Posted on: 21 June 2016 by Mark Howells
On 23 June 2016, SprintAir will add a fourth country to its route network as it begins operating a new route between Radom in Poland and Danylo Halytskyi International Airport (Lviv) in the Ukraine.The new Lviv service will operate twice-weekly using a 33-seater Saab 340. On Thursdays, flights will take off from Radom at 18:50 and land in Lviv at 21:05 before the return service departs the latter at 21:35 to arrive back at the former for 21:35 (all local times). On Fridays, flights will leave Radom at 12:10 to reach Lviv at 14:35, while the return leg will take off from Lviv at 15:00 and land back in Radom at 15:00 (all local times).Jaros?aw Ch?opecki, SprintAir’s commercial director, remarked, “We are thrilled and excited to be offering our passengers this new route. Lviv is a beautiful city and an attractive destination for Polish tourists. But of course we are also launching the service with the needs of the Ukrainians in mind. With the new route they will get a convenient and fast way of travelling to the center of Poland. We believe that the advantageous location of Radom Airport, which makes it possible to quickly get to Warsaw, together with attractive ticket prices will make the Lviv-Radom flights popular with passengers travelling in both directions.”
Since April, SprintAir has been operating four routes from Radom; to Berlin, Prague, Gdansk and Wroclaw.