The number of Ukrainian airports from which SkyUp, a new Ukrainian airline, has already performed charter flights has increased, the CFTS portal reports.

The airline initially began operating flights from/to the Kyiv (Zhulyany) airport to/from Sharm-el-Sheikh. It began operating charter flights to the Kharkiv airport on May 22. SkyUp performed flights to/from Zaporizhia on May 24. The airline flew to Antalya (Turkey) from these regional centers.

The airline currently operates only one Boeing 737-800 airliner. It recently announced that a second airliner would begin performing charter flights on May 25.

The carrier applied to the State Aviation Service for permission to operate flights on 55 routes last week.