The SkyUp airline has announced that it took delivery of three Boeing aircraft in November. The airline took delivery of two Boeing 737-700 airliners and one Boeing 737-800 airliner, avianews.com reports.
One of the Boeing 737-700 airliners has already been has already been entered into the Ukrainian register of civil aircraft with the under the tail number UR-SQD. The aircraft, which was manufactured in 2002, was previously operated by the Eastar Jet low-cost airline (South Korea). The Ukrainian registration certificate for this aircraft was issued on November 1.
According to avianews.com’s source, the second Boeing 737-700 was manufactured in 2003 and previously operated by Xiamen Airlines (China) while the Boeing 737-800 that is expected to be delivered was manufactured in 2013 and previously operated by Malaysia Airlines.
SkyUp current has a fleet of two Boeing 737-800 airliners manufactured in 2013. The airline will begin operating low-cost flights from Kyiv to Tbilisi, Barcelona, Sofia, and Poprad in December.
As the CFTS portal reported earlier, the airline obtained permits to operate regular flights from Kyiv to Kharkiv, Poprad, and Abu Dhabi three times per week and from Kyiv to Sofia two times per week in early November.