The SkyUp airline’s third aircraft arrived in Ukraine on November 13. The 149-seat Boeing 737-700 flew from the Lasham Airfield (Britain) to the Kyiv international airport (Zhulyany), the CFTS portal reports, citing the website.

The aircraft has already been assigned the Ukrainian registration number UR-SQD. Produced in in 2002, the aircraft was previously operated by the Korean low-cost airline Eastar Jet. Its Ukrainian registration certificate was issued on November 1.

The SkyUp airline expected to receive this airliner in June.

SkyUp also expects to add two more aircraft to its fleet in in November: one Boeing 737-800 and another Boeing 737-700. The airline currently has a fleet of two Boeing 737-800 airliners manufactured in 2013.

As reported earlier, SkyUp will begin performing regular flights from Kyiv to Tbilisi, Barcelona, ​​Sofia, and Poprad in December.