The aircraft include one Boeing 737-800, two Boeing 737-900ERs, and one Embraer E190, the CFTS portal reports, citing the Avianews publication.
The Boeing 737-800 and Boeing 737-900ER are performing flights for Air Albania and SmartLynx Airlines on wet leasing terms. Poland’s leading tour operator is using the other Boeing 737-900ER aircraft to transport tourists. The Embraer E190 aircraft performs flights across Europe once every few days.
According to the report, one of UIA’s aircraft began performing flights for airBaltic Airlines in May.
Liudmyla Slobodianiuk, the commercial director of SkyUp Airlines, another Ukrainian airline, has said that 10 of the airline's airplanes are performing flights for other airlines in Europe under wet leasing agreements. In particular, three Boeing 737-800 aircraft belonging to SkyUp were performing flights for Corendon Airlines Europe, two for SmartWings airlines, and one each for Wizz Air, Tailwind Airlines, and Freebird Airlines.