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21May
2018

New Ukrainian loukoster got the right to fly

SkyUp will begin flying around the following week. At the first stage, it will use two 189-seat Boeing 737-800s.

The new Ukrainian low-cost air carrier SkyUp received an operator’s certificate, which gives the right to fly. This Thursday, May 17, writes avianews with reference to the press service of the company.

Flights of the airline will begin to run tentatively next week. At the first stage, SkyUp will use two 189-seat Boeing 737-800 2013 release, which previously flew to Malaysia Airlines. Now these airliners are being repainted in Bratislava and Istanbul. They have already been assigned Ukrainian registration numbers UR-SQA and UR-SQB. Later the company will replenish the park with 149-seat Boeing 737-700.

At the first stage SkyUp will carry out charter international flights for the tour operator Join, whose owners are the ultimate beneficiaries of the new air carrier.

Later the company will begin to perform domestic flights along the routes Kiev-Odessa and Kharkiv-Odessa, which will be on a low-cost concept


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