Lufthansa will suspend flights to Kyiv and Odessa starting Monday

A spokesperson for Germany’s Lufthansa group stated that flights from and to the Ukrainian cities of Kyiv and Odessa have been suspended. This was in response to growing Russian invasion fears.

According to a spokesperson, the company that owns Germany’s flagship carrier, Eurowings, Swiss and Brussels, as well as Austrian Airlines, will fly some final flights to these cities this weekend, before suspending all flights between Monday and the end of the month.

According to a spokesperson, it will continue flying to Lviv in western Ukraine, where some embassies have been moved. Lufthansa monitors the situation constantly and will decide on additional flights at a later time.

Lufthansa is following several European airlines that have cancelled flights to and from Ukraine.

On Saturday, Germany’s foreign ministry had earlier advised its citizens to leave the country.

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