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    SkyUp Airlines LLC is a Ukrainian charter and low-cost airline, which began its operation in May 2018.


    In 2016, SkyUp became a registered company in Kyiv, Ukraine. On 14 December 2017, Minister of Infrastructure Volodymyr Omelyan announced the launch of a new national private air carrier named SkyUp Airlines. The main shareholders of the company were ACS-Ukraine Ltd, Yuri Alba and Tatyana Alba, who also owned the tour operator Join UP!, which was expected to cooperate with the airline to provide charter flights for holiday packages.
    Plans for the first year included concentrating on international charter flights to popular summer destinations, as well as scheduled flights within Ukraine and to several international destinations. Tickets sales were set to begin in April 2018. SkyUp also intends to cooperate with Ukraine International Airlines.
    The company started operations on 21 May 2018 with a flight from Kyiv-Zhuliany to Sharm El Sheikh. In March 2018, SkyUp Airlines and Boeing finalised a firm order for the purchase of two Boeing 737 8 MAX and three Boeing 737 MAX 10 due to be delivered in 2023. Additionally the airline has the option to purchase another five aircraft.
    On 20 February 2020, one of the airline's planes was chartered by the Ukrainian government to evacuate citizens from Wuhan during the COVID-19 pandemic.


    As of October 2020, SkyUp serves 33 scheduled year-round and seasonal destinations from airports in - All flights retrieved 10 October 2020
    At its launch the airline intended to operate charter flights from both Kyiv-Boryspil and Kyiv-Zhuliany, as well as Kharkiv, Lviv, Odessa and other cities in Ukraine to a total of sixteen destinations: Alicante, Antalya, Barcelona, Bodrum, Burgas, Dalaman, Dubai, Hurghada, Larnaca, Palma de Mallorca, Nice, Rimini, Sharm El Sheikh, Tenerife, Tivat, Tel Aviv and Varna. Following the launch of the charter operations, the airline planned to commence domestic services from Odessa to Kyiv, Kharkiv and Lviv in late May or early June 2018. The airline also intended to operate international services from Kyiv to Barcelona, Dubai and Larnaca.
    In February 2019, the airline announced it would be moving its main base from the Zhuliany to Boryspil from the beginning on the summer schedule. The airline said that the decision to change the home airport was made due to restrictions on the operation of aircraft at Zhuliany Airport.


    As of October 2019, SkyUp Airlines operates the following aircraft:
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    +SkyUp Airlines fleet
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    Boeing 737-700

    One in the livery of FC Shakhtar
    Boeing 737-800

    Boeing 737-900ER
    Two more to be acquired
    Boeing 737 MAX 8

    Grounded until further notice
    Boeing 737 MAX 10

    Grounded until further notice

    See also

  • List of airlines of Ukraine

  • External links

  • Category:Airlines of Ukraine
    Category:Airlines established in 2016
    Category:Low-cost carriers
    Category:Ukrainian companies established in 2016

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