SkyUp, a new Ukrainian airline, has applied to the State Aviation Service for permission to operate flights on 55 routes. According to the agenda of the State Aviation Service’s meeting that is scheduled for May 30, SkyUp’s applications are divided into three categories.
The airline plans to operate regular flights on the Kyiv-Odesa, Kharkiv-Odesa, and Lviv-Odesa routes. It plans to operate three flights per week on all these routes. The company applied for permission to operate flights on these routes for an unlimited period, beginning on June 1.
The airline also applied for permission to operate flights to Barcelona, Larnaca, Rimini, Alicante, Palma de Mallorca, Batumi, Burgas, Varna, Tenerife, and Tirana and back. The airline plans to operate most of these flights from/to Kyiv, but it will also operate flights to/from Kharkiv, Lviv, Odesa, and Zaporizhia.
The airline plans to operate these flights 1-3 times per week and operate Kyiv-Barcelona flights five times per week. The company wants to operate flights on these routes for an unlimited period, beginning on June 1.
In addition, SkyUp plans to operate charter flights to 32 destinations, including charter flights from Antalya, Dalaman, Bodrum, Sharm-el-Sheikh, Hurghada, Tivat, and Tirana from Kyiv, Kharkiv, Lviv, Odesa, Chernivtsi, Kherson, Vinnytsia, and Zaporizhia. The frequency of these flights will be 1-7 per week. Kyiv-Antalya flights will be operated 20 times per week.
As reported, SkyUp performed its first flight on May 21. The flight from Kyiv to Sharm el-Sheikh was full. The carrier currently has a fleet of two Boeing 737-800 aircraft.