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Bargain flights to Ukraine with WizzAir - No visa required £70.00

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Wizz Air are now flying to Lviv and Kiev in the Ukraine. Outbound flights to Kiev are are all £67.99 from Luton airport.....but on the way back they are approximately 48 UAH, which I calculate to be a… Read More
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Wizz Air are now flying to Lviv and Kiev in the Ukraine. Outbound flights to Kiev are are all £67.99 from Luton airport.....but on the way back they are approximately 48 UAH, which I calculate to be about £4!!, so about £70 return inc taxes(I think).

This must be due to the economic problems in the Ukraine right now. There are also internal flights to Lviv, and Smiferopol which is the Ukrainien seaside for the same price!. There are also flight to Germany and Norway from Kiev and Lviv for the same kind of price.

So you have a return flgiht from the UK for about £70, or of course you can visit a nearby country and fly back from Kiev or Lviv for peanuts,

I'm presuming due to the favourable exchange rate, other things in the Ukraine will be cheap also.

So forget Paris this spring time, have a bargain break in Kiev I say :)
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banned#1
vodka is about 10p a gallon

love your avatar 2
the late great rodney dangerfield
banned#2
Dont forget to take your own gas!
#3
Good for cheap thermals:thumbsup:
#4
dont you need a visa to enter the country? didnt think it would be much of a tourist hotspot
#5
"Wizz Air"

Plane sat on the runway, propped up on a couple of trestles and a couple of peeps in hi-viz jackets milling round the propellers with enormous rubber bands.

Now that would fill me with a lot of confidence whilst I sat there waiting for the inevitable...I mean take off. I'd be praying that Foghorn Leghorn and his brood ain't decided to take a flight at exactly the same time.

Pilot probably jumps on at the last minute wearing baseball cap, aviator shades, jeans and a t-shirt emblazoned with " I Feel the Need, The Need for Speed!"

Aurigny airlines anyone???
banned#6
No visa required!. Ukraine is a beautiful country with a great deal of history and beautiful architecture. Some rather attractive ladies as well ;) I'm booked.
#7
Wizz are great. Much better than Ryan "con" Air and BeDelayedByABaby.com. Second only to SkyEurope as far a LCCs are concerned.
#8
Bad Actor
"Wizz Air"

Plane sat on the runway, propped up on a couple of trestles and a couple of peeps in hi-viz jackets milling round the propellers with enormous rubber bands.

Now that would fill me with a lot of confidence whilst I sat there waiting for the inevitable...I mean take off. I'd be praying that Foghorn Leghorn and his brood ain't decided to take a flight at exactly the same time.

Pilot probably jumps on at the last minute wearing baseball cap, aviator shades, jeans and a t-shirt emblazoned with " I Feel the Need, The Need for Speed!"

Aurigny airlines anyone???



I've flown with them, great airline, only problem is that the planes are purple, lol.
#9
"so about £70 return inc taxes(I think).

This must be due to the economic problems in the Ukraine right now. "

Just trying to debug your logic ... last year I paid around £30 for a return ticket to Switzerland with Ryanair, that country must has gone bankrupt already ? ... are you sure you understand how budget airlines work ?
banned#10
Absolutely not, please enlighten us tanikk, why would an airline be offering flights from one side of Europe to the other for the next few months, for the price of a Mcdonalds?
#11
bargainsgalore
Absolutely not, please enlighten us tanikk, why would an airline be offering flights from one side of Europe to the other for the next few months, for the price of a Mcdonalds?


'Twas ever thus. If you book a flight from the UK, you pay according to UK price levels. Do the same in Ukraine, you pay according to Ukrainian price levels, and Ukrainians aren't flocking to the UK in numbers now that they are not getting work visas and the economy has taken a turn for the worse. Got to fill those seats up, somehow.

Doesn't always work that way, though. I took a train from Berlin to Western Poland and it cost DM10 back in the day. Tried buying a return in Poland, it cost the equivalent of DM40. You win some, you lose some.
#12
Avoid Wizzair like a plague!
Flight cancelations are common practice when they don't get enough people on plain and say to you "There is another flight in three days time. Would you like to rebook?"
#13
senukas
Avoid Wizzair like a plague!
Flight cancelations are common practice when they don't get enough people on plain and say to you "There is another flight in three days time. Would you like to rebook?"

thought they where scheduled flights if they are the flight has to go whether its empty or not if
scheduled as contracted to fly route most budget airlines fly scheduled only charter can cancel if flight not full
banned#14
spraint
'Twas ever thus. If you book a flight from the UK, you pay according to UK price levels. Do the same in Ukraine, you pay according to Ukrainian price levels, and Ukrainians aren't flocking to the UK in numbers now that they are not getting work visas and the economy has taken a turn for the worse. Got to fill those seats up, somehow.

Doesn't always work that way, though. I took a train from Berlin to Western Poland and it cost DM10 back in the day. Tried buying a return in Poland, it cost the equivalent of DM40. You win some, you lose some.



If that was the case why are their domestic flights still about £4?, why not have fewer flights
#15
Don't forget to add the payment handling fees (£3 per flight on c/c), baggage charges (£8 per bag per flight upto 20kg) and whole host of other charges if you don't want the very rock-bottom 'no frills' service! Doesn't really look that special a deal when its all added up in my opinion.
#16
andy math
thought they where scheduled flights if they are the flight has to go whether its empty or not if
scheduled as contracted to fly route most budget airlines fly scheduled only charter can cancel if flight not full

Yes, but common practice *cough* (Easyjet/KLM) is that the aircraft will suddenly and unexpectedly go tech, or a positioned aircraft abroad will 'have problems' resulting in a cancellation on those grounds, thus avoiding liability in this area.
banned#17
Didn't find that £8 charge until i filled out loads of details. Ok still, you can get a return flight to the Ukraine for less than £100. Or if you are flying one-way back from there, it will be £10.

Still a good deal, especially if you're Ukrainian! :)
#18
bargainsgalore
If that was the case why are their domestic flights still about £4?, why not have fewer flights


1. They've just started their business in Ukraine, call it "introductory rates"
2. The key component of the fare is airport tax, which is dozens of pounds in the UK and just a fraction of that in Ukraine
3. (NB: this is how budget airlines work). Not all tickets are at that price, there are maybe 1-3 per flight, the rest is more and more expensive, depending how much time in advance you book the flight . The medium price is not much different from BA if you take into account all charges. You may easily end up paying £300 + for a return ticket if you book for tomorrow.
4. If you fly with Ryanair you can get £1 european tickets from and to the UK, so Wizzair is a sort of expensive if you compare it this way. Why is Ryanair doing that, for the price of a latte ?
5. There are Ryanair flights to the eastern Poland, Ukraine is just a couple of hours from there .. so never was a problem to get there on budget
6. "from one side of Europe to the other" is just 30-60 minutes more than to Austria !
7. I've been skiing in the Alps in January and met loads of Ukrainians who used these flights to get there cheaply and then spending the difference on apres ski; it is not much to do in the UK this time of the year though, so you may be right that "they have to fill those seats up, somehow" :)

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