Another aircraft from the fleet of the Ukrainian-based SkyUp Airlines has been wet-leased to a European airline. The aircraft, which is a Boeing 737-800 with the registration number UR-SQO, is currently operated by the Wizz Air low-cost airline.

The Ukrainian airline confirmed this information to the CFTS portal.

It is known that the aircraft was in storage at the Belgrade airport (Serbia) from 18 February to 22 June. It has been operating in the Hungarian low-cost carrier’s network since 29 June. The aircraft is based in Sofia (Bulgaria). However, according to Flightradar24, it has a busy summer schedule, transporting passengers throughout Europe.

Thus, three Boeing 737-800 aircraft from SkyUp Airline’s fleet are currently operated by Corendon Airlines Europe, two by Smartwings, and one each by Wizz Air, Tailwind Airlines, and Freebird Airlines. This means that only one Boeing 737-800 aircraft (registration No. UR-SQP) from the Ukrainian airline’s fleet is not performing flights. It is in storage at the Boryspil airport.

Two Boeing 737-700 aircraft from the airline’s fleet are located in Iasi and Varna (Romania).

As the CFTS portal reported earlier, the Wizz Air and Ryanair airlines are breaking records for passenger transport volumes this summer due to the unprecedented demand for travel in Europe after the coronavirus pandemic.