On October 29th, Polish airline SprintAir made the last regular flight between Lviv and Polish city Radom.
The flight cancellation is connected with ending the contract between the airline and Radom Airport, which subsidized the flights. The parties have not entered into a new contract. In this regard, along with the Lviv direction, SprintAir has also closed the flights from Radom to Prague and Gdansk, having left the Polish airport with no regular air service. The Radom-Lviv flights had been performed since 23 June 2016 in small regional airplanes Saab-340. According to Airport “Lviv”, over a year-and-a-half period, SprintAir has transported on the line 5,716 passengers and the average load of flights has amounted to 59.4%. Lviv currently has direct air service with Warsaw, Bydgoszcz, Poznan and Wrocław. The first three directions are served by Polish company LOT and the last one – by Hungarian low-cost airline Wizz Air.