SkyUp Airlines’ airplanes have performed 4,219 flights and transported 619,527 passengers to 227 destinations after the start of the full-scale war between Russia and Ukraine.
SkyUp Airlines announced this in a statement based on internal data, the CFTS portal reports.
The data is for the airline’s aircraft that are performing or have performed flights for other airlines under wet leasing agreements. SkyUp Airlines has concluded such agreements with nine companies since the beginning of the war, and five of them are still in effect.
SkyUp Airlines also said in the statement that its aircraft performed 21 evacuation flights on the Chisinau – Tel Aviv route after the start of the Russian invasion (in March). The Ukrainian carrier’s airplanes flew 2,835 refugees to Israel.
Its airplanes also transported about 112 tons of humanitarian cargo in the first months of the war, including medicines, baby food, items of personal hygiene, household chemicals, blankets, diapers, etc.